Agnes Hussey

(say 1510 - )
     Agnes Hussey was born say 1510 in Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Lord John Hussey..
     Agnes Hussey married Sir Henry Ryther, son of Sir Ralph Ryther and Maude or Matilda Percy, after 1531.
     In Sir Henry Ryther's will dated 23 January 1542/43 in Ryther, Agnes Hussey was named as executrix of the estate; Henry Ryther of Ryther, squyer. To be buried in the church of Alhallos, of Ryther, nee unto the tombe of Rauf Ryther knyght, my father late decessed. (Many bequests to servants).
To Agnes my wif landes and tenementes in the lordship of Ryther, called Stokebrigge felde, now in the lease to John Elys to the value of xvjli xiij s. iiij d. for her lif, above the landes she has nowe in the name of her jointer, of the gifte and graunt of William Babthorpe, squyer, all of which I will she shall enjoy duringe her lif.
I bequeath to John Ryther of London, squyer and cofferer to our sovereign lorde Prince Edwarde, the reversion of all the lands before bequeathed, and also the residue of my lordship of Ryther to the said John and his heirs, remaynder to the right heirs of Thomas Ryther, also deceased.
Also I give further to the saide John Ryther my manner of Scarcorft and all landes in Scarcroft, Scawcroft hill, Shadwell, and also my half manner called Kirkbie upon Wharf, and all other my landes in Kirkbie and Grymston, also my lordship of Hornyngton in the countie of the citie of Yorke, to him and heirs, remaynder as before. I will the saide John and heres shall kepe fyve beadfolkes in the Bedehouse at Ryther, with meattt and drinke, clothinge, will all other necessaries for ever, according to the will of the saide Thomas Ryther, decessed. Also he to kepe one prest, called Sir Peter Warde, to synge in the saide parishe churche of Ryther for xxv yeres for my soull and for the soull of Sir Rauf Ryther my father, and of dame Mawde my mother, and for the soul of my brother Thomas and for the soull of all other myne ancestors, and for all Christen soules, and the saide Sir Peter Warde to have for his stipende fyve poundes fyve shillings and eight pence yearly.
I give to Agnes my wife the moitie and half of my goodes and chattels
To Agnes my wif, John Ryther squyer, and William Babthorpe, squyer, all the residue of my goodes unbequeathed and to be executors; and the most reverende father in God, Edward, the archbishop of Yorke, supervisor, and for his paynes my horse called Thornton.

Ann Hussey

     Ann Hussey married John Ryther (the Cofferer), son of Nicholas Ryther and Margaret Scrope.

Children of Ann Hussey and John Ryther (the Cofferer)

Ellen M Hussey

     Ellen M Hussey married Edward Joseph Rubie, son of John Ruby and Jane Brown?, on 25 June 1842 in St Philip's, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The marriage was witnessed by John Hussey of Sydney, Maria Hughes with consent of her father.

Children of Ellen M Hussey and Edward Joseph Rubie

Josephine Caithness Hussey

(4 September 1919 - )
     Josephine Caithness Hussey was born on 4 September 1919 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of Reginald Braund Hussey and Isabel Caithness Dempster.

Reginald Braund Hussey

(circa 1899 - )
     Reginald Braund Hussey was born circa 1899. He was the son of William Henry Hussey.
     Reginald Braund Hussey married Isabel Caithness Dempster, daughter of George Wafford Dempster and Helen Wylie Caithness Begg, on 27 March 1917 in Kensington, South Australia.

Child of Reginald Braund Hussey and Isabel Caithness Dempster

Sidney Hussey

     Sidney Hussey married Violet Lavinia Coghlan, daughter of Michael Coghlan and Emma Booker.

William C Hutcheson

     William C Hutcheson married Lillian E Whitmarsh, daughter of William Flower Whitmarsh and Edith G L Bush, in 1925 in Ashfield, New South Wales.

Jane Grace Hutchings (alias Freeman)

(circa 1802 - September 1890)
     Jane Grace Hutchings (alias Freeman) was born circa 1802.
     Jane Grace Hutchings (alias Freeman) married Tobias Handcock, son of Tobias Handcock, on 4 November 1857 in St Michael, Dublin, Ireland. Tobias Handcock of Eagle Cottage, Sandymount, Lt, late 27th Regt,bachelor of full age, son of Tobias Handcock, getleman, Hutchings, to, Jane Grace Hutchings, widow, of 52 High St, daughter of Richard Hutchings, watchmaker.
     Jane died Aged 88 , buried at Old St Mary's in September 1890 in Clonmel, Kilkenny, Ireland.

Elsie Eileen Hutchins

( - 1962)
     Elsie Eileen Hutchins married George Lister Hinchley, son of George Robert Hinchley and Caroline de la Rue, in 1934 in Waverley district, New South Wales.
     Elsie died in 1962 in Narrandera, New South Wales.

Henry Hutchins

     Henry Hutchins and Johanna Colbert obtained a marriage licence in 1810 in Cork, Ireland.

Richard Grenfell Hutchins

(24 November 1951 - 30 November 1969)
     Richard Grenfell Hutchins was born on 24 November 1951 in Carnarvon, Western Australia. He was the son of Stanley Grenfell Hutchins and Linley Joan MacKenzie. Richard Grenfell Hutchins was buried on 8 December 1969 in New Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner. He was buried with his grandmother Mavis Bland Ruby.

Stanley Grenfell Hutchins

(15 February 1917 - before 16 August 1994)
     Stanley Grenfell Hutchins was commonly known as Stan. He was born on 15 February 1917 in Mt Egerton, Victoria. He was the son of Nicholas Stanley Hutchins and Paulina (Lena) Grenfell who are buried at Cheltenham.
     Stanley Grenfell Hutchins married Mona Hancock on 8 April 1939. They had one daughter and one son.
     Stanley Grenfell Hutchins married secondly Linley Joan MacKenzie on 13 June 1947 in the Registry Office, Perth, Western Australia. She described herself as a stenographer and her father as a Government Inspector. Stan was divorced and was of Geraldton, having moved from Caulfield, Victoria.
     Stanley Grenfell Hutchins and Linley Joan MacKenzie lived at 130 Eleanor St, Geraldton, Western Australia, 1949.
     Stanley Grenfell Hutchins and Linley Joan MacKenzie lived at Leura Plantation, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 1954.
     Stanley Grenfell Hutchins lived at Ballarat, Victoria, circa 1960.
     Stanley Grenfell Hutchins and Linley Joan MacKenzie lived at 296 Gaffney St, Pascoe Vale, Victoria, 1963.
     Stanley Grenfell Hutchins and Linley Joan MacKenzie lived at 91 Seaview Pde, Kalimna, Lakes Entrance, Victoria, between 1970 and 1993.
     Stanley died of a heart attack while driving following a visit to his sister before 16 August 1994 in Portsea, Victoria. He was buried on 16 August 1994 in the Memorial Park, Chelteham.

Child of Stanley Grenfell Hutchins and Linley Joan MacKenzie

Louisa Kate Hutchinson

(circa 1882 - )
     Louisa Kate Hutchinson was born circa 1882.
     Louisa Kate Hutchinson married Horace Sidney Dempster, son of Percival Wilkes Dempster and Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean, on 12 April 1914 in St Anne's, Tottenham, Middlesex.

Caroline Hutson

     Caroline Hutson married Francis Ashby, son of Samuel William Ashby and Matilda Oxley, on 7 October 1880 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.

Charles Hutton

(1644 - 1 February 1695/96)
     Charles Hutton was born in 1644. He was the son of Richard Hutton and Dorothy Fairfax.
     Charles Hutton married Millicent Rodes, daughter of Sir Edward Rodes and Mary Whitchcote, before 1696. They had no issue.
     Charles died on 1 February 1695/96.

Ellen Hutton

(circa 1855 - 16 December 1936)
     Ellen Hutton was born circa 1855 in Brackley, Northamptonshire.
     Ellen Hutton married an unknown person between October 1881 and December 1881 in Coventry RD, Warwickshire.
     Ellen Hutton married Alfred Bullett, son of Robert Bullett and Elizabeth Humphrey, on 29 December 1881 in St Michael's, Coventry, Coventry RD, Warwickshire.
     Ellen Hutton and Alfred Bullett appeared on the 1891 census in 19 Cor... Golfe? Rd, Forest Hill, Lewisham, London, Kent. Alfred Bullett, head, 33, coal agent, born Weedon, Northants; his wife Ellen 36, born Brackley, Northants and children Gladys E/C 7 & Stanley H 3, both born Penarth, Glamorganshire.
     Ellen Hutton and Alfred Bullett appeared on the 1901 census in 128 Albert Rd, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Alfred Bullett, head, 43, secretary of public company, born Weedon, Northants; his wife Ellen 45, born Brackley, Northants and children Gladys C 17 & Stanley H 13, both born Penarth, Glamorganshire, Robert H, 5, born Forest Hill, Kent.
     Ellen died on 16 December 1936 in Farnham, London.

Children of Ellen Hutton and Alfred Bullett

Richard Hutton

(5 April 1613 - 8 April 1648)
     Richard Hutton was born on 5 April 1613 in Poppleton, Yorkshire. He was the son of Sir Thomas Hutton of Poppleton & Anne Bennet.
     Richard Hutton married secondly Dorothy Fairfax. Their other children were Sir Thomas, Richard, Matthew & Dorothy. His first wife was Ursula Sheffield, daughter of Sir Edmund Sheffield, son of 1st Earl of Mulgrave.
     Richard died on 8 April 1648 aged 35.

Child of Richard Hutton and Dorothy Fairfax

Harriet H Hyland

     Harriet H Hyland married Sydney Thomas W Rubie, son of John Rubie and Annie Bell, in 1905 in Molong, New South Wales.

Ann Hynard

(14 July 1582 - )
     Ann Hynard was christened on 14 July 1582 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Edmund Hynard and Rose Unknown (Hynard).

Barbara Hynard

(circa 1580? - circa 11 October 1668)
     Barbara Hynard was born circa 1580? In Suffolk. She was the daughter of Edmund Hynard and Rose Unknown (Hynard).
     Barbara Hynard married Edward or Edmund Bland, son of John Bland and Catherine Gardyner, on 19 July 1601 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Barbara Hynard was mentioned in the will of Edmund Hynard dated 1 May 1622. Barbara Hynard was widowed circa 27 August 1631 on the death of her husband Edward or Edmund Bland.
     Administration of the estate of Edward or Edmund Bland was granted to Barbara Hynard, in September 1631 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     In Rose Unknown (Hynard)'s will dated 10 April 1632 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Barbara Hynard was named as heir; Will of Rose Hynard (X) of BSE, widow dated 10 April 1632 I give to my daughter Barbara Bland, widow & my daughter Rose, wife of John Normanton, my lease of my messuage in Brentgovel Street, formerly in the tenure of my late husband Edmund and now occupied by me, Barbara Bland & Wm Medleditche. I authorize my 2 daughters, who I make ex'trices, to sell my messuage and use the money to pay the following legacies: £10 to my gr-child Rose Marshall, £15 to my gr-child Anne Pettyward, £20 to my gr-child Anne, wife of Frederick Godfrye, £15 to my gr-child Bridget Pettyward and 40s to my grandson John Bland; all to be paid within a year of my decease. I give my son-in-law John Normanton 40s to make him a ring. I give cousin Thomas Cheston of London 40s and Richard Cooper of Bury clothier; both to be paid after my decease. I will that my daughter Barbara Bland shall dwell in that part of my house where she now inhabits for 30 years if she live so long. I give her a feather bed, a feather bolster and my best covering. I give Anne Pettyward the featherbed that was her mother's, a feather bolster, a covering, 2 pairs sheets and a pillow. I give Bridget Pettyward a flockbed, a flock bolster, 2 pairs sheets and a covering. I give Mary Yonges widow, late wife of Thomas Yonges, my gold hoop ring. My late husband in his will gave legacies of £5 to Rose Marshall (by the name of Rose Bland) and of £10 each to Anne & Bridget Pettyward, and my will is that, if the law of the realm allows this sum of £25 to be recovered by my ex'trices, my legacies to these 3 shall be reduced by the sums left to them by my late husband. If Anne & Frederick Godfrye attempt to sue my ex'trices or refuse to release their interest in my messuage within 10 months of my decease, the legacy of £20 to Anne shall be void. The residue of my unbequeathed goods, plate, money, jewels and household stuff I give to my 2 daughters Barbara Bland and Rose Normanton my ex'trices. I give to my grandchildren John Normanton the younger, Thomas, Rose and Elizabeth Normanton 40s each to be paid by my daughter Rose Normanton when they are 24, I give my grandson Andrew Bland my silver wine cup. I give Edward, George, Edmund, Frances, Anne & Mary Bland my grandchildren 40s to be paid by my daughter Barbara Bland when 24. Witness: John Hyell, George Sparrose (X).
     Barbara Hynard lived at Brentgovel Street, Bury St Edmunds, between April 1632 and August 1637.
     Barbara died circa 11 October 1668 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 12 October 1668 in Bury St Edmunds.

Children of Barbara Hynard and Edward or Edmund Bland

Edmund Hynard

(before 1560 - before 6 June 1622)
     Edmund Hynard was born before 1560 in Suffolk, England.
     Edmund Hynard married Rose Unknown (Hynard) circa 1579 in Suffolk.
     Edmund Hynard made a will dated 1 May 1622 in Bury St Edmunds. His will mentions his wife Rose; his Bland grandchildren, Rose, Barbara, John, Andrew, George, Edward & Anne (children of Barbara); his Normanton grandchildren John, Thomas & Rose (children of Rose); his son Francis Hynard
I Edmund Hynard of Bury St Edmund in the County of Suffolk and Diocese of Norwich Clother [sic] although sick in body yet of good mind and memory do make this my last will and Testament First I commend and bequeath my Soul to almighty God and my body to the Earth to be buried in Christian burial
Item I give and bequeath to Barbar¹ my daughter that parte of my Messuage or Tenement which is now in the occupation of George Gibson lying in the Short Bracklond in Burye aforesaid And the one half of the Ground thereunto belonginge now in my own occupation To hold to the said Barbara and her assigns during her life And after her decease to Rose Bland, Edward Bland, John Bland, Andrew Bland, George Bland, and Edmund Bland and Anne Bland children of the said Barbary and to their heirs forever or to such of them as shal lbe living at the time of the death of the said Barbarye.
Item I give and bequeath unto Rose Normanton my Daughter the other part of my said Messuage or Tenement in the said Short Bracklond And the other half of the said Ground To hold to the said Rose during her life And after her decease to John Normanton, Thomas Normanton, and Rose Normanton the children of the said Rose and their heirs forever or to such of them and their heirs as shall be living at the time of the death of the said Rose.
Item I give unto Frauncis/Franncis Hynard my son the Messuage or Tenement wherein I now dwell after the decease of Rose my Wife The said Frauncis/Franncis his heirs or assign¹ paying after the decease of the said Rose my Wife to Anne Pettywatt [sic] and Bridgitt Pettiwatt [sic] my Grandchildren Ten pounds to either of them and to Rose Bland five pounds (vizt) to Rose Bland within one year next after the decease of the said Rose my Wife and in the second year after her decease to Anne Pettiward [sic] And in the third year after to the said Bridgitt And I give and bequeath to the said Rose my Wife all my goods & chattles to her own use And I make the said Rose my Wife executrix of this my last will Ratifying the same the day and year first above said in the presence of Thomas Rockett- John Pickerell and George Sparrowe.

     Edmund died before 6 June 1622 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     His will was proved on 6 June 1622 at Bury St Edmunds.

Children of Edmund Hynard and Rose Unknown (Hynard)

Francis Hynard

     Francis Hynard was the son of Edmund Hynard and Rose Unknown (Hynard).
     Francis Hynard was mentioned in the will of Edmund Hynard dated 1 May 1622.

Rose Hynard

(9 March 1584 - after 1632/33)
     Rose Hynard was christened on 9 March 1584 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Edmund Hynard and Rose Unknown (Hynard).
     Rose Hynard married John Normanton.
     Rose Hynard was mentioned in the will of Edmund Hynard dated 1 May 1622.
     In Rose Unknown (Hynard)'s will dated 10 April 1632 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Rose Hynard was named as heir; Will of Rose Hynard (X) of BSE, widow dated 10 April 1632 I give to my daughter Barbara Bland, widow & my daughter Rose, wife of John Normanton, my lease of my messuage in Brentgovel Street, formerly in the tenure of my late husband Edmund and now occupied by me, Barbara Bland & Wm Medleditche. I authorize my 2 daughters, who I make ex'trices, to sell my messuage and use the money to pay the following legacies: £10 to my gr-child Rose Marshall, £15 to my gr-child Anne Pettyward, £20 to my gr-child Anne, wife of Frederick Godfrye, £15 to my gr-child Bridget Pettyward and 40s to my grandson John Bland; all to be paid within a year of my decease. I give my son-in-law John Normanton 40s to make him a ring. I give cousin Thomas Cheston of London 40s and Richard Cooper of Bury clothier; both to be paid after my decease. I will that my daughter Barbara Bland shall dwell in that part of my house where she now inhabits for 30 years if she live so long. I give her a feather bed, a feather bolster and my best covering. I give Anne Pettyward the featherbed that was her mother's, a feather bolster, a covering, 2 pairs sheets and a pillow. I give Bridget Pettyward a flockbed, a flock bolster, 2 pairs sheets and a covering. I give Mary Yonges widow, late wife of Thomas Yonges, my gold hoop ring. My late husband in his will gave legacies of £5 to Rose Marshall (by the name of Rose Bland) and of £10 each to Anne & Bridget Pettyward, and my will is that, if the law of the realm allows this sum of £25 to be recovered by my ex'trices, my legacies to these 3 shall be reduced by the sums left to them by my late husband. If Anne & Frederick Godfrye attempt to sue my ex'trices or refuse to release their interest in my messuage within 10 months of my decease, the legacy of £20 to Anne shall be void. The residue of my unbequeathed goods, plate, money, jewels and household stuff I give to my 2 daughters Barbara Bland and Rose Normanton my ex'trices. I give to my grandchildren John Normanton the younger, Thomas, Rose and Elizabeth Normanton 40s each to be paid by my daughter Rose Normanton when they are 24, I give my grandson Andrew Bland my silver wine cup. I give Edward, George, Edmund, Frances, Anne & Mary Bland my grandchildren 40s to be paid by my daughter Barbara Bland when 24. Witness: John Hyell, George Sparrose (X).
     Rose died after 1632/33 in Suffolk.

Children of Rose Hynard and John Normanton

Angharad ferch Hywel Dda

(before 929 - )
     Angharad ferch Hywel Dda was born before 929 in Wales. She was the daughter of Hywel Dda ap Cadell (?) and Elen ferch Llywarch.

Gruffudd ap Hywel

     Gruffudd ap Hywel was born in Wales. He was the son of Hywel ap Maredudd ab Einion (?) and Gwenllian ferch Gruffudd ab Ednyfed.
     Gruffudd ap Hywel married Anghared ferch Tegward, daughter of Tegward y Baiswen (?).

Child of Gruffudd ap Hywel and Anghared ferch Tegward

Maredudd ap Hywel

     Maredudd ap Hywel married Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David, daughter of Ieuan Goch ap David (?), in Wales. Maredudd ap Hywel was born in Wales. He was the son of Hywel ap David and Efa ferch Ieuan ap Howel.
     Maredudd ap Hywel lived at Cefn y fan, Dolbenmaen, Caernarvonshire, Wales, 1351.

Child of Maredudd ap Hywel and Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David

Cadfan ap Iago

     Cadfan ap Iago was born in Wales. He was the son of Iago ap Beli (?).
     Cadfan ap Iago married Tandreg Ddu ferch Cynan Garwyn, daughter of Cynan Garwyn Brochwel.

Child of Cadfan ap Iago and Tandreg Ddu ferch Cynan Garwyn

Cynan ab Iago

     Cynan ab Iago was born in Wales.
     He was excluded from the throne by Griffith ap Llewelyn, who also usurped the Kingdom of South Wales. He made 2 gallant and unsuccessful attempts to recover his crown. He was the son of Iago ab Idwal (?) and Afandreg ferch Gwair.
     Cynan ab Iago married Ragnhildr or Rhanullt ferch Olaf of Dublin.

Child of Cynan ab Iago and Ragnhildr or Rhanullt ferch Olaf of Dublin

Tangwystl ferch Iago

( - after 1075)
     Tangwystl ferch Iago was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Iago ab Idwal (?) and Afandreg ferch Gwair.
     Tangwystl died after 1075.

Carrina Ibberson

(circa 1750 - before 20 March 1816)
     Carrina Ibberson was born circa 1750. She was the daughter of Francis Ibberson & Carina Overall. She was the daughter of Francis Ibberson.
     Carrina Ibberson and John Bowker obtained a marriage licence on 1 June 1769. John Bowker, aged 24, innholder, bachelor, and, Carrina Ibberson 19. Bondsman John Matthews of March, farmer. Parish of St Andrews, Holborn. Place Doddington.
     Carrina Ibberson married John Bowker on 3 June 1769 in Doddington, Cambridgeshire.
     In Francis Ibberson's will dated 19 August 1780 in Huntingdon Archdeaconry, Carrina Ibberson was named as heir; Copy will of Francis Ibberson, gentleman of Forty Foot Bridge, Ramsey. in favour of his wife Carrina (or Catherine) for her life and then to his sons, John, Francis and Henry and his daughter Carrina, wife of John Bowker. Copy made, 21st July, 1788.
     Carrina Ibberson was a beneficiary in John Bowker's will dated 30 April 1813 in 31 Old Street, London.
     Carrina Ibberson made a will dated 28 September 1813? In Greenfield St, London. Will of Carrina Bowker, Widow Greenfield Street , Middlesex. She mentions her two daughters, Margaret E... the wife of William E... and Elizabeth Bowker, the latter was executor.
     Carrina died before 20 March 1816.
     Her will was proved on 20 March 1816 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Elizabeth Bowker was executrix.

Child of Carrina Ibberson and John Bowker