Thomas Handy

(circa 1871 - 8 September 1882)
     Thomas Handy was born circa 1871 in Offaly, Ireland.
     Thomas died  on 8 September 1882 in Horseleap, Clara, Offaly. Aged 11, son of a labouer, sister Catherine was the informant.

Thomas Handy (of Evesham)

(before 1595 - )
     Thomas Handy (of Evesham) was born before 1595 in Evesham, Worcestershire. He was the son of Thomas Handy (the patriarch).
     Thomas Handy (of Evesham) married an unknown person before 1613. He may have married a Joan..
     Thomas Handy (of Evesham) married Joan (?) in Evesham, Worcestershire, England.

Children of Thomas Handy (of Evesham)

Child of Thomas Handy (of Evesham) and Joan (?)

Thomas Handy (the patriarch)

(say 1580 - )
     Thomas Handy (the patriarch) was born say 1580 in Evesham, Worcestershire.

Child of Thomas Handy (the patriarch)

Thomas Bernard Handy

(8 January 1887? - 7 September 1916)
     His great grandson is Tom N Handy who lives in Dundee and is in contact with Mike Assiph.. Thomas Bernard Handy was born on 8 January 1887?. He was the son of Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins. Bernard, William, Patrick and Thomas were listed as the children of Patrick Francis Handy in the 1891 census in 3 Park Wynd, Dundee, St Peter's parish, Angus, Scotland. Bernard, Thomas, William, Patrick, Unity and Joseph were listed as Patrick Francis Handy's children in the 1901 census in 6 Bridgeton, Kinghorn, Fife.
     Thomas Bernard Handy married Martha Steedman in 1909 in Kirkcaldy, Fife. Thomas Bernard Handy was listed in the 1911 census in Kirkcaldy, Fife, with Patrick Francis Handy .
     Thomas Bernard Handy lived at 34 Bridgeton, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, 1915.
     Thomas died of wounds on 7 September 1916 in Somme, France, aged 29. Thomas Bernard Handy was private 212639 in C Company, 1st Battalion, Black Watch, Royal Highlanders. Husband of Martha Handy, of 34 Bridgeon, Kirkcaldy. He was aged 31 at his death.
Liam states: he died of wounds on 1 July 1916 and ''Thomas Handy''was my granduncle and they lived in Raheen where I live now as far as I know and they emigrated to Scotland.

Thomas F Handy

(circa 1872 - )
     Thomas F Handy was born circa 1872 in Ireland.
     Thomas F Handy married Laura Unknown circa 1906.
     Thomas F Handy and Laura Unknown were recorded in 1920 census in East Orange, Essex county, New Jersey. Thomas Handy, head, 48, married, citizenship 1890..., born Ireland, fire insurance broker ... wife Laura 46, born New Jersey, German, sons Kingston, 12, born New York, Weslie 8, Vincent 6 5/12, both born New Jersey.
     Charlotte P Unknown married secondly Thomas F Handy after 1920.
     Thomas F Handy and Charlotte P Unknown were recorded in 1930 census in East Orange, Essex co., New Jersey. Thomas F Handy, 58, born Ireland, Charlotte 54?, T Kingston Handy, 23, clerk; A Wesley Handy 19, Vincent H Handy 16, Lena Ballard 49', servant; he was aged 38 at first marriage, Charlotte wa 22? at first marriage. He was an insurance broker who was naturalized in 1885.

Children of Thomas F Handy and Laura Unknown

Thomas Frederick Handy

(10 April 1871 - before 10 September 1882)
     Thomas Frederick Handy was born on 10 April 1871 in 4 Clarinda Park North, Kingstown, Monkstown, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy and Martha Emilia Williams. Thomas Frederick Handy was christened on 4 May 1871 in Mariners Church of Ireland, Dublin. Thomas Frederick Handy son of Samuel W Handy, gentleman & Emily, of Kingstown..
     Thomas died before 10 September 1882 in Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland. He was buried on 10 September 1882 in Ardnurcher or Horseleap. Thomas Handy, buried 10 September 1882 aged 11.

Thomas Henry Handy

(19 September 1859 - )
     Thomas Henry Handy was born on 19 September 1859 in Stradbally?, Laois, Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Susan Craig. Thomas Henry Handy was christened on 13 November 1859 in Bagenalstown, Dunlecky, Carlow, Ireland.
     Thomas Henry Handy married Mary A Allen on 9 March 1886 in the RC chapel, Stradbally, Laois, Ireland. Thomas Handy & Mary A Allen, both of full age, single, clerk & shopkeeper, Stradbally, son of Thomas Handy, farmer & daughter of Robt Allen, farmer.

Child of Thomas Henry Handy

Thomas Kingston Handy

(circa 1810 - )
     Thomas Kingston Handy was born circa 1810 in Ireland. He was not mentioned in his elder brother's marriage settlement of 1828 but there was mention of younger children.. He was the son of William Orme Handy and Mary Kingstone.
     Thomas Kingston Handy arrived per "Dublin Packet" on 3 September 1822 at New York, USA. Thomas Handy, aged 12, departed Dublin, Ireland.
     Thomas Kingston Handy arrived per "Canada" on 2 February 1832 at New York. Thomas K Handy, aged 21, merchant. Isaac Handy states that Thomas K was in Ireland at the time of his grandfather's funeral (Oct 1829) and 140 first cousins attended. I have only 45 grandchildren recorded.
     Thomas Kingston Handy married Mariah Louise Henderson on 16 September 1834 in Williamson county, Tennessee, USA.
     Thomas Kingston Handy was recorded on 1 June 1840 census in Williamson county, Tennessee. Thomas K Handy was listed as having a son & daughter under 5, 2 males & 1 female between 20 & 30 and 1 female between 70 & 80 in the schedule of free white persons including the head of household, he owned 15 slaves and 2 of the household were engaged in commerce.
     Thomas Kingston Handy married secondly Lucy C Unknown (Handy) before 1850.
     Thomas Kingston Handy and Lucy C Unknown (Handy) were recorded on 1 June 1850 census in Williamson county Tennessee. Thomas K Handy, 40, farmer, real estate valued at $6000, born Ireland; Lucy Handy, 55, born Virginia; John H Handy, 14, Maria L Handy 11, both born Tennessee.
     Edward M Crutcher Bond, Williamson Co, Tn.: Know all men by these presents, that we Edward M Crutcher & Deddrick R Crutcher are held and firmly bound unto L B McCowicco? Chairman of the County Court for the County of Williamson, in the State of Tennessee, and his successors in office, in the sum of One Thousand Sixty Seven 70/100 dollars, which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 17 day of October 1856.
     The Condition of this Obligation is such, That whereas, the said Edward M Crutcher in right of his wife Mariah L., late Mariah L Handy & as guardian for John H Handy has received from the Clerk of the Williamson County Court, agreeably to the order of said court at the term, 1856 Five hundred & thirty three /10100 dollars there distributive share of the balance found due against ______? H. Figuers the administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Eaton deceased, upon settlement with the Clerk of said Williamson County Court. Now if the said Edward M Crutcher & John H Handy shall well and truly pay and refund their ratable part of any debt or debts truly owing by the deceased, on which may be hereafter sued for and recovered, or otherwise duly made to appear, then this obligation to be void; else to be and remain in full force and virtue. E M Crutcher
     E M Crutcher, as Guardian J H Handy.
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     Thomas Kingston Handy in Franklin, Williamson county, Tennessee, USA, sent a letter dated 20 October 1857. Mr Thomas K Handy, an Irish gentleman who emigrated to this country in 1822 and settled in Franklin, Tennessee, says: "The name of Samuel goes with our family. My grandfather was named Samuel. He was a large property holder in county Westmeath, Ireland, and resided at a place called Bracca Castle. He had six sons and four daughters - his oldest son was named Samuel and the eldest of each of his sons and daughters was named Samuel Wesley. My grandfather died in 1829". He and Lucy C Unknown (Handy) appeared as free on the census of 5 June 1860 in Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee. 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.
     Thomas Kingston Handy and Lucy C Unknown (Handy) appeared on the census of 1 June 1870 in Franklin, Williamson county, Tennessee. Thomas Handy 60, retired merchant, born Ireland; real estate valued at 1200, personal estate at 4000; Lucy C Handy 57, house keeper, born Va; Blanch Crucher 14.
     Thomas Kingston Handy was naturalized on 27 October 1870 in Kings County, New York, USA.
     Thomas Kingston Handy and Lucy C Handy appeared on the 1880 census in Williamson county Tennessee. Thomas K Handy was described as aged 70, a grocer, married, born in Ireland, parents both born in Ireland. His wife was listed as Lucy C Handy, aged 68, born in Virginia as were her parents (plus 5 members of the Crutcher family- E M son in law, 45, grocer, grand daughters Blanch, 23, school teacher, Mattie 17, keeping house, Forestina? 15 and Irene 11, both at school.

Children of Thomas Kingston Handy and Mariah Louise Henderson

Thomas Kingston Handy

(circa 1907 - )
     Thomas Kingston Handy was born circa 1907 in New York, New York, USA. 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 Kingston Handy was on the passenger list of the "President Adams", arriving at New York, New York, in July 1923. T Kingstone Handy, aged 16, departed New York for Ireland etc?. 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.

Thomas Wade Handy

(circa 1795 - 5 October 1811)
     Thomas Wade Handy was born circa 1795 in Ireland. This needs more work - many discrepancies. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy and Catherine Fleming.
     Thomas died on 5 October 1811 in Edenderry, Monasterosis, Offaly, Ireland. Here lies the remains of Thomas Handy, of Blundell House, Edenderry, Esq., fifth son of Samuel Wesley Handy, of Bracca Castle Esq. He died on the 5th October 1811, aged 31/51? years. This monument was erected by his mourning widow Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late James Knott, of Battlefield, in the county Sligo, in token of her true affection for him on account of his conjugal and manifold virtues.
     Thomas was mentioned with his daughter Mary Elizabeth in his sister Dorothea's will dated March 1853. He was buried after 5 October 1811 in Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland. Here lie the remains of Thomas Handy, of Blundell House, Edenderry, Esq., fifth son of Samuel Wesly Handy of Bracca Castle, Esq. He died on the 5th Oct. 1811, aged 31 years.
This Monument was erected by his mourning widow, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late James Knott, of Battlefield in the County Sligo, in token of her true affection for him on account of his conjugal and manifold virtues.
He was recorded on the 1821census in the household of Samuel Wesley Handy and Catherine Fleming in Brackareagh, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath. Thomas Handy 26, was listed as the son of Samuel & Catherine.
     A marriage settlement between Thomas Wade Handy and an unknown person was made on 5 November 1822.
     Thomas Wade Handy married Elizabeth Knott, daughter of James Knott, in November 1822 in Emlafed. At Emlafed church, by the Reverend Richard Handy, Thomas Handy, son of Samuel W Handy, of Bracca Castle, county Westmeath, esq., to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of James Knott, of Battlefield, co. Sligo.
     Thomas Wade Handy and Samuel Wesley Handy, John Handy and Samuel Handy were mentioned on 9 January 1823.
     Thomas Wade Handy was mentioned in the will of Samuel Wesley Handy dated 12 August 1824. Thomas Wade Handy was mentioned in a codicil to the will of Samuel Wesley Handy on 13 August 1826.
     Thomas Wade Handy was mentioned in the will of Dorothea Ann Handy dated 31 March 1853.
     Thomas Wade Handy was mentioned as deceased on 30 November 1883.

Children of Thomas Wade Handy and Elizabeth Knott

Unity Handy

(1893 - 1946)
     Unity Handy was born in 1893 in Kirkcaldy, Fife. She was the daughter of Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins. Bernard, Thomas, William, Patrick, Unity and Joseph were listed as Patrick Francis Handy's children in the 1901 census in 6 Bridgeton, Kinghorn, Fife.
     Unity died in 1946 in St Andrew district, Dundee. Unity Handy aged 51.

Unknown Handy

     Unknown Handy married Timothy Handcock, son of Rev? Eliah Handcock and 'Widow' Crowse.

Unknown - father of Samuel Handy

     Unknown - father of Samuel Handy was the son of Thomas Handy and Elizabeth Sain(s) / Saim.

Unnamed Handy

(21 April 1875 - )
     Unnamed Handy was born on 21 April 1875 in North City, Dublin. He was the son of Frank Handy and Elizabeth O'Connor.

Vincent H Handy

(circa 1914 - )
     Vincent H Handy was born circa 1914 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.

Walter Xavier Handy

(19 September 1879 - 7 September 1947)
     Walter Xavier Handy was also known as Xavier Walter in records. He was born on 19 September 1879 in Shawnigan, British Columbia, Canada. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy and Amelie Vautrin. Walter Xavier Handy was christened on 26 October 1879 in Shawnigan. He was listed on the 1871 census with Samuel Wesley Handy and Amelie Vautrin in 1891 in Cowichan South, British Columbia; ||Samuel Handy aged 54, farmer, born Ireland, Methodist, head of household, father & mother born Ireland; Amelia Handy aged 49, homemaker, born BC, wife, Catholic, father born Quebec, mother born BC; Ellen aged 16, Catholic, daughter; Rebecca 13, Catholic, daughter; Walter, 11, Catholic, son; Florence 9, Catholic, daughter; living in a wooden single story house with 6 rooms.
     Walter died on 7 September 1947 in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, aged 67.

Wesley Handy

(August 1878 - )
     Wesley Handy was born in August 1878 in California, USA. He was the son of William Dawson Handy and Minerva Belle Rollin or Crane. Wesley Handy and James Rupert Handy and Dudley Handy appeared as step-sons in William Massey and Minerva Belle Massey's household on the 1900 Census in Grass Valley, Nevada County, California, USA. William Massey, head 67, his wife Minerva 44, and step-sons Wesley, 21, James 18, & Dudley, 17 Handy. Their father was born in Canada and their mother in California. They were day labourers for the past 6 years and their step father a farmer.

Wesley Dawson Handy

(23 August 1921 - 5 April 2007)
     Wesley Dawson Handy was born on 23 August 1921 in 'Lady Jane' ranch, Grass Valley, Nevada County, California. He was the son of William Dawson Handy and Bessie Unknown.
     Wesley Dawson Handy married Evelyn Tonkin on 16 September 1950.
     Wesley died on 5 April 2007 in St Mary's hospital, Reno, Nevada, USA, aged 85. Wesley Dawson Handy, 85, passed away on April 5, 2007 at St. Mary's Hospital, after a short battle with heart disease. He was born to William and Bessie Handy on August 23, 1921 on the Lady Jane Ranch in Grass Valley, CA. As a young man he worked on The Lady Jane and Forbes Ranches herding cattle over Donner Summit into Sierra Valley for summer grazing. At the age of 18 he began working for Pacific Telephone as a Lineman. In WWII he joined the Navy, where he served as a fireman on a U.S. Destroyer. After the war, he returned to work for Nevada Bell building the first telephone pole lines into Cortez, Carlin and Current Creek, NV where he became the open wire specialist for Nevada. On September 16, 1950, he married Evelyn Tonkin from Austin, NV. He retired from AT&T, as a Construction Foreman after 42 years of service. After retiring, he kept himself busy working for The Sparks Tribune and helping friends and neighbors in their yards, as he so enjoyed the outdoors. Dad's sensational smile, warm heart and twinkling eyes will forever be remembered. Wesley was preceded in death by his parents, as well as his sisters Blanche Johnson and Nell Poor and his brothers William Handy and Joseph Handy. He is survived by his wife Evelyn, son, Larry, daughter-in-law Christine of Reno, granddaughters Sherrie (Nathan) Moore of Sparks, Julie (Benjamin) Kerns of Boise, ID, great-grandson Andrew Dawson Moore of Sparks, and sister, Marge Henson of Asheville, NC. Visitation will be held Wednesday, April 11, 5-8 p.m. at Walton's Funeral Home, 875 W. 2nd Street, Reno. Graveside Funeral will be held on Thursday, April 12, at 11 a.m., at the Masonic Memorial Gardens, 437 Stoker Ave, Reno. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to The Shriner's Burn Center, 815 Market Street, Galveston, TX 77550-2725, or St. Mary's Hospice of Northern Nevada 520 W. 6th St., Reno, NV 89503.

Wesley H Handy

(circa 1839 - 21 October 1864)
     Wesley H Handy was born circa 1839 in USA?.
     Wesley H. Handy, single, age twenty-two, private in Company F, 12th Maine Volunteers, mustered into service November 15, 1861. Died of disease at sea August 21, 1864. .
     Wesley died on 21 October 1864 in at sea.

William Handy

(28 May 1812 - 22 February 1882)
     He possibly had a son Samuel or Samuel Wesley, who owned property in co. Mayo in 1876. Samuel Handy of Springfield House, Phillipstown had 2030 acres valued at £200/15/-, and Samuel W Handy of Glencarra, Boyle, had 553 acres valued at £224/15/.
Is this William Orme Handy who died in 1899 at Boyle or Birkenhead?.
     Grange Park, built probably by H H Handcock about 1800, is a five bay, two storey house with attics, but three bay on the ground floor, with big tripartite windows flanking the door.. William Handy was christened on 28 May 1812 in Balllintobber townland, Kilfian, Tyrawley barony, Mayo. He was the son of Samuel Handy and Jane Orme. William Handy was born circa 1813 in Ireland. 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 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.

     William Handy married Mary Frances Knox, daughter of Francis Knox and Mary Gore, in 1833. She died and he re-married.
     William matriculated at the King's Inns, Dublin, in 1834.
     William Handy lived at Sandford Place, Dublin, 1839. He was an executor of Jane Orme's estate on 14 November 1839 in Dublin.
     William Handy appeared on the 1841 census in 2 Minerva Place, Charlton next Woolwich, Kent. William Handy, 26, solicitor, born Ireland.
     Elizabeth Frances Dawson married secondly William Handy on 13 November 1841 in Drumreary, Longford, Ireland. Marriage Nov. 13, in Drumreaney Church, Wm. Handy, Esq., of Tennessee, King's County, to Elizabeth Dawson, daughter of the late John Power Dawson, Esq., of Nohaville, county of Westmeath. He was listed in a directory dated 1846 as William Handy, attorney at 14 Hardwicke Place, Dublin.
     William Handy lived at 61 Waterloo Rd, Upper Bagot St, Dublin, August 1847.
     William Handy married thirdly Rebecca Going on 3 August 1847 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland. William Handy, of full age, widower, solicitor, of 61 Waterloo Rd, Up Baggot St, son of Samuel Handy, gentleman to Rebecca Collis alias Going, of full age, widow, of 10 Upper Baggot St, daughter of John Going, clerk. Both signed.
     William Handy and Rebecca Going were on the passenger list of the "Western World", arriving at New York, USA, on 20 May 1850. William Handy aged 30, solicitor, of Ireland, Rebecca Handy, aged 25 & Jane aged 1. William Handy was widowed in 1851 on the death of his wife Rebecca Going.
     In Samuel Wesley Handy's will dated 21 June 1851 in Brackagh/Bracca Castle, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath, William Handy was named as heir; Will of Samuel Wesley Handy of Bracca Castle, Westmeath ... legacies to his brother Sydney Handy, farm of Ardress co. Galway for life and after death to his wife and other sons in tail male. Residue of real freehold & chattel property to my friend the Revd Thos Orme Fetherston & his brother Godfrey Fetherston & their heirs etc. ... thereof upon trust to my brother William Handy for life remainder to his first & other sons in tail male. Remainder to my brother Sydney ditto with remainder to my right heirs.
     This will implies he had no children and is supported by his uncle Richard Fleming Handy's letter of August 1859. He was listed in a directory dated 1852 as William Handy, solicitor at 2 Waverley Terrace, Dublin.
     William Handy married fourthly Ann Iceley Thompson on 24 January 1854 in St Mary's, Woolwich, Kent, England.
     An indenture of lease was sold on E-Bay in Jan 2007 re: Bracca Castle, Braccareagh, Coolalough, Westmeath, from the 1860s. It was between the following: Rev Thomas Orme Fetherston H of Moyne Glebe, Godfrey Fetherston H of Ballinderry, William Handy of Plumbstead, Joseph Hacket (he seems to sign Hackett) of Bracca Castle, Westmeath. Large possibly vellum document measuring when unfolded approx 15"x 20" six sides of text plus plan. The cover has a blemish which does not affect the interior and seems to be within the original parchment. Grubby and dusty commensurate with its' years.
Seems to relate to part of an area of Westmeath, Ireland called and being part of Bracca Castle, Coolelough and Braccareagh situate and lying in the Barony of Moycashel, County Westmeath, Ireland and shown on the included plan amounting to something well over 250 English Acres. Detailed document giving Covenants, easements etc..
     William Handy and Ann Iceley Thompson appeared on the 1861 census in 14 Swetenham Rd, Plumstead, Kent. William Handy, head, 48, fund holder born Ireland with his wife Anne I, 41, born Woolwich, Kent and children Jane aged 11, born Ireland & Mary A aged 5, born Andover, Hampshire.
     William Handy and Ann Iceley Thompson appeared on the 1871 census in 14 Swetenham Place, Plumstead, Kent. William Handy, 58, annuitant, born Ireland; his wife Ann I aged 51, annuitant, born Woolwich, daughters Mary A 15, born Andover & Janet aged 9, born Plumstead.
     William Handy and Ann Iceley Thompson appeared on the 1881 census in 3 Herbert Villas, Herbert Rd, Plumstead, Kent. William Handy, 68, income from land & dividends, born Ireland; Anne I wife, aged 61, born Woolwich; Mary A 25, born Andover, Hampshire & Janet 19 born Plumstead.
     William died on 22 February 1882 in 3 Herbert Villas, Plumstead/ Woolwich, Kent, aged 69.
     His will was proved on 29 March 1882 at the Principal Probate Registry. The will of William Handy late of 3 Herbert-villas, Herbert-road, Woolwich in the county of Kent who died 22 February 1882 at 3 Herbert-villas was proved at the Principal Registry by Ann Iceley Handy of 3 Herbert-villas, widow the relict the sole executrix.
     William Handy lived at 14 Sweetenham Place, Plumstead, Kent, England, 1885. He was iilsted as a freeholder of lands at Bracca Castle & Coolalough, in Westmeath, Ireland in the Irish electoral register 1885-6.

Child of William Handy and Elizabeth Frances Dawson

Child of William Handy and Rebecca Going

Children of William Handy and Ann Iceley Thompson

William Handy

(before 24 May 1622 - )
     William Handy was born before 24 May 1622 in Evesham, Worcestershire. He was the son of Thomas Handy (of Evesham).

William Handy

(between 1823 and 1830 - 27 September 1918)
     William Handy was born between 1823 and 1830. He was the son of John Handy. William was a policeman in the Royal Irish Constabulary between 1847 and 1855. He was appointed 20 Oct 1847 and ended his service on 1 Mar 1855. His age was given as 23 (on appointment?) and he was a Protestant. This may refer to another William as the age is inconsistent, but as Jane was a policeman's daughter it is possible.
     William Handy married Jane Haddock on 13 May 1858 in Mullingar RD, Westmeath, Ireland. William Handy, of full age, bachelor, school master, of Ardnurcher, son of John Handy, gardener to Jane Haddock, full age, spinster, of Ardnurcher, daughter of George Haddock, policeman. By licence, both signing in the presence of E S? Beauchamp & John Smyth.. William was a school teacher in 1864, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath, Ireland. William was the parish clerk in 1871 and 73, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, WEM, IRL.
     William Handy and Jane Haddock appeared on the 1901 census in Ardnurcher Glebe, Kilcumreagh, Offaly, Ireland. William Handy,76, Head, Church of Ireland, born Westmeath, farmer, Read and write; wife Jane 64, Church of Ireland. born Kilkenny, Read and write; children - Handy Lizzie 30, Daughter, Church of Ireland, born Kings Co, House Keeper, Read and write - Not Married; Handy Robert 24, Son, Church of Ireland, gardener.
     William Handy appeared on the 1911 census in Ardnurcher Glebe, Ardnurcher, Offaly. William Handy, widower aged 81, retired farmer, born co. Westmeath with his unmarried daughters Catherine Louisa, 38, dressmaker & Elizabeth 36, both born in King's county and Margaret Macguire, a visitor aged 52, single born Dublin; they all belonged to the Irish church and could read & write.
The residence was described as a shop.
     William died on 27 September 1918 in Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Tullamore RD, Westmeath, Ireland. William Handy, aged 81, widower, farmer. The informant was his daughter Louisa.

Children of William Handy and Jane Haddock

William Handy

(7 November 1865 - )
     William Handy was born on 7 November 1865 in Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of William Handy and Jane Haddock.

William Handy

(1814 - )
     William Handy was born in 1814 in Grangesilvia, Kilkenny, Ireland. He was the son of John Handy and Emily Alexander.
     William was educated from between 1822 and 1825 at Dublin.
     William died in Grangesilvia, Kilkenny. A headstone at Grange Silvia: In memory of William son of John Handy of Barraghcore House, born 1814, and of John, Harry Fleming & Sydney, infant sons of Fleming & Isabella Handy, grandsons of John Handy..

William Handy

(circa 1840 - 17 July 1904)
     William Handy was born circa 1840 in Offaly. He was the son of Andrew Handy and Margaret Kenehan.
     William Handy married Margaret Kenny on 4 January 1867 in the Roman Catholic chapel, Clara, Kilbride, Offaly. He was aged 24, bachelor of Clara and described as the son of Andrew Handy, weaver, deceased. They made their marks. They met in Scotland where he may have been working.
     William Handy and Margaret Kenny appeared on the 1901 census in Raheen, Clara, Offaly. Handy William, 58, Head, Roman Catholic, born Kings County, Factory Labourer, Read and write; his wife Margaret 57, Roman Catholic, born Scotland - Read and write; children Bridget 31 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings County - Cannot read - Not Married; - Handy Edward 29 Son Roman Cathorlic Kings County, Factory Oiler, Read and write - Not Married - Handy Michael 25 Son, Roman Catholic Kings County Factory Oiler Read and write - Not Married; Handy Mary Anne 23 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings County Factory Weaver Read and write - Not Married - Handy William 22 Son Roman Catholic Kings County Factory Oiler Read and write - Not Married - Handy Lizzie 19 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings County - Read and write - Not Married - Handy Kate 18 Daughter Roman Cathorlic Kings County Factory Weaver Read and write - Not Married - Handy Margaret 16 Daughter Roman Catholic. born Kings County Scholar Read and write - Not Married - Handy Julia 15 Daughter Roman Cathorlic Kings County Scholar Read and write - Handy Joseph 11 Son Roman Catholic Kings County Scholar Read and write; Handy Agnes 10 Daughter Roman Catholic.
     William died of chronic cough on 17 July 1904. William Handy married, aged 64, labourer.

Children of William Handy and Margaret Kenny

William Handy

(11 September 1878 - 14 August 1947)
     William Handy was commonly known as Bill. He was christened on 11 September 1878 in the Catholic church, Clara, Tullamore RD, Offaly & Westmeath, Ireland. He was the son of William Handy and Margaret Kenny. William was a blacksmith, Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. 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.
     William died on 14 August 1947 in Clara, Offaly, aged 68. William Handy, single, aged 68, blacksmith, his sister Elizabeth was the informant.

William Handy

(circa 1727 - 20 November 1790)
     William Handy was born circa 1727. He was the son of Martin Handy or Hand.
     William Handy married Honor Unknown (Handy).
     William died on 20 November 1790 in Killina, Rahan, Offaly, Ireland. He was buried in St Carthach's churchyard, Rahan, Ballycowan, Offaly, Ireland. A memorial inscripiton states: William Handy, November 20th 1790 (?). Aged 63 years. Also his wife Honor Handy, departed January 1814, aged 89 years.

William Handy

(23 March 1867 - )
     William Handy was born on 23 March 1867 in Stradbally, Laois, Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Susan Craig.

William Handy

(before 30 March 1889 - )
     William Handy was born before 30 March 1889 in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland. He was the son of Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins. Bernard, William, Patrick and Thomas were listed as the children of Patrick Francis Handy in the 1891 census in 3 Park Wynd, Dundee, St Peter's parish, Angus, Scotland. Bernard, Thomas, William, Patrick, Unity and Joseph were listed as Patrick Francis Handy's children in the 1901 census in 6 Bridgeton, Kinghorn, Fife.
     William Handy married Margaret Anderson on 22 April 1910 in Kirkcaldy, Fife.
     William Handy served in the War between 1914 and 1918. He may be the William Handy, aged 30 of Dublin, who served in the Labour Corps and was discharged in 1919 - service record 485613 mentioned in WO 363 among the 'burnt documents'. But there are othes with the name but no birth date, especially a private serving with the Royal Iniskilling Fusiliers.

Child of William Handy and Margaret Anderson

Child of William Handy

William Handy

(before March 1833 - 29 March 1900)
     William Handy was born before March 1833 in Ireland. He was the son of John Handy and Ann Kenny.
     William Handy appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Handy and Ann Kenny in Blackness Rd, Dundee, Angus. Catherine, William, Joseph, James and Thomas were listed as the children of John Handy in the 1851 census in Horse Water Wynd, Dundee.
     William Handy married Ann Meara on 18 November 1859 in St Andrew's Catholic Chapel, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.
     William Handy and Ann Meara appeared on the 1861 census in Rothay Land Session St, Dundee. William Handy 26, Jute carpet weaver, born Ireland, wife Ann, 22, mill worker, born Irealand and daughter Ann 7 months, born Dundee ,Forfar.
     William Handy and Ann Meara appeared on the 1871 census in Millars Pend, East Side, Dundee, Angus. William Handy, 38, weaver, born Ireland; his wife Ann 39, born Ireland, children Catherine 2, David 5, William 2, all born in Dundee. William Handy was listed as Ann Kenny's son in the 1881 census in Smith's Pend, Session St, Dundee.
     William Handy appeared on the 1891 census in Bog, Liff, Benvie & Invergowrie, Scotland. William Handy, aged 57, weaver, born Ireland, with John Helly aged 51.
     William died of pneumonia on 29 March 1900 in the Parochial Hospital, Dundee. John Handy, carpet weaver, married to Ann Marra, aged 65, at 2.40 pm. He was the son of John Handy, carpet weaver and Ann Handy m.s. Kenny, both deceased. His wife was named as Ann Marra. The informant was Thomas Handy, brother of 35(?) Lawrence Street.

Children of William Handy and Ann Meara