Walter Robert Stanser Ingles

(31 December 1895 - )
     Walter Robert Stanser Ingles was born on 31 December 1895 in Melfort, Pussellawa, Kandy, Ceylon/Sri Lanka. He was the son of Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles and Rose Emma Frizelle. Walter Robert Stanser Ingles was christened on 2 February 1896 in Pussellawa, Kandy. Walter Robert Stanser, son of Henry Lockrer Stanser Ingles and Nora Emma his wife, of Melfort Pussellawa, married Nov 23 1893 St Stephen's chuch, Paddington, London. Winensses: Isaac W Gossett, Robert Stanser Ingles, Eliza Mary Napier.
     Walter Robert Stanser Ingles and Rose Emma Frizelle were recorded on the 1911 census in Headington, Oxfordshire. Rosa Emma Ingles, head, 46, widow, born Dublin,Ireland, Henry Noel George Ingles, son, 17, born Colombo, Walter Robert Stanser Ingles 15, born Pussellor, Ceylong, both schoo lboys.

Harry Chapman Ingleton

(1882 - 1933)
     Harry Chapman Ingleton was born in 1882 in Sale, Victoria.
Harry Chapman Ingleton married Edith Harriett Rout, daughter of Charles Rout and Ellen Bland, on 12 February 1906 in Sale, Victoria.
     Harry died in 1933 in Melbourne, Victoria.

Children of Harry Chapman Ingleton and Edith Harriett Rout

Joan Chapman Ingleton

(1914 - 1935)
     Joan Chapman Ingleton was born in 1914 in Camperdown, Victoria. She was the daughter of Harry Chapman Ingleton and Edith Harriett Rout.
     Joan died in 1935 in Mallacoota, Victoria.

Kathleen Edith Ingleton

(1910 - )
     Kathleen Edith Ingleton was commonly known as Kay. She was born in 1910 in Bairnsdale, Victoria. She was the daughter of Harry Chapman Ingleton and Edith Harriett Rout.

Arthur Ingram

     Arthur Ingram married Muriel Lorna Ruby, daughter of George Ruby and Ethel Olive Myrtle Cullen.

Alexander Innes

(circa 1833 - )
     Alexander Innes was born circa 1833 in Old Machar, Aberdeenshire. He is here to show the links in the Emslie families.
     Alexander Innes was recorded on the 1861 census in Meiiklewartle, Rayne. Alexr Inness, 27, head, farmer of 10 acres, Catherine Johnston, 59, mother, widow, Margaret Inness, sister in law, unmarried, 22, domestic servant, Margaret Steele, sister in law, 43, unmarried, housekeeper, Jane Emslie, 11, daughter, scholar, Peter Emslie, 9, son of Alexr, Alexr Emslie 5, son, Margaret Emslie, 2, daughter, Samuel Emslie, 13 (73??), unmarried, labourer, lodger, all born at Rayne.

Alexander Innes (13th of that Ilk)

( - 1537)
     Alexander Innes (13th of that Ilk) married Christian Dunbar, daughter of Sir James Dunbar and Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock, in 1493.
     Alexander died in 1537.

Alexander Innes (14th of that Ilk)

( - before 1554)
     Alexander Innes (14th of that Ilk) married Hon Elizabeth Forbes.
     Alexander died before 1554.

Alexander Innes (of Crombie)

( - before 20 June 1589)
     Alexander Innes (of Crombie) was born. He was the son of Jame Innes of Rothmackenzi who was deceased by 10 March 1559..
Alexander Innes (of Crombie) married Beatrix Dunbar, daughter of Alexander Dunbar, before 1559.
     Alexander died before 20 June 1589.

Child of Alexander Innes (of Crombie) and Beatrix Dunbar

Barbara Innes

     Barbara Innes married Robert Dunbar, son of Thomas Dunbar and Agnes Spens, before 1634.

Children of Barbara Innes and Robert Dunbar

Ellen Innes

     Ellen Innes married James Dunbar, son of Alexander Dunbar and Janet Sutherland, in 1508/9. She was of Auchintoul.

Elspet Innes

(circa 1773 - )
     Elspet Innes was born circa 1773.
Elspet Innes married George Stephen, son of George? Stephen and Euphemia? Drummond?, before 1798. There was also a marriage between George Stephen & Mary Nichol on 1 July 1797 at Keig.
In 1832 an Elspet Stephen is mentioned as a beneficiary of the Davison Fund in the Kirk Session Minutes of St Clements, Aberdeen which includes the Footdee area. There is also a George Stephen mentioned in 1830.
     Elspet Innes appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Emslie and Jane Stephen in Huntly St, Gilcomston, Old Machar.

Children of Elspet Innes and George Stephen

Elspet Innes

(circa 1783 - 3 November 1823)
     Elspet Innes was born circa 1783 in Banffshire, Scotland.
Elspet Innes married James MacPherson, son of unlinked early MacPherson, on 1 August 1805 in Tomintoul, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Elspet was present at James MacPherson's christening on 28 March 1815 in Kirkmichael. Elspet was present at Alexander MacPherson's christening on 29 September 1821 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire.
     Elspet died on 3 November 1823 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland.

Children of Elspet Innes and James MacPherson

Harry Innes (of Borlum & Sandside)

     Janet Dunbar married secondly Harry Innes (of Borlum & Sandside).

Isabel Innes (Dunbar)

     Isabel Innes (Dunbar) was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir Walter Innes and Euphemia Fraser.
     Isabel Innes (Dunbar) had a long term relationship with James Dunbar 4th (7th) Earl of Moray, son of Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray and Margaret Fraser?.
     Isabel died before papal dispensation for their marriage could be granted - they were second cousins.

Child of Isabel Innes (Dunbar) and James Dunbar 4th (7th) Earl of Moray

Isabell Innes

     Isabell Innes was born in Banffshire, Scotland.
Isabell Innes married Paul MacPherson (17th century), son of unlinked early MacPherson, before 1676.

Children of Isabell Innes and Paul MacPherson (17th century)

Janet Innes

     Janet Innes married William Sutherland, son of William Sutherland of Berriedale, on 22 July 1484. She was the daughter of Berowald Innes and she married secondly Hugh Rose of Kilravoch circa 1517.

Child of Janet Innes and William Sutherland

Janet Innes

     Janet Innes married William Sutherland, son of William Sutherland and Janet Innes. She was the daughter of Sir James Innes, 12th of that Ilk.

Child of Janet Innes and William Sutherland

Jean Innes

( - 10 March 1653)
     Jean Innes married Alexander Sutherland 1st Lord Duffus, son of William Sutherland of Duffus and Jean Grant, on 13 January 1653. She was the daughter of Sir Robert Innes, of Innes, 1st Bart.
     Jean died on 10 March 1653.

Katherine Innes

( - 4 February 1686)
     Katherine Innes married Archibald Dunbar as his second wife, on 28 April 1681 in Alves (Spynie), Moray. Without proclamation, having received an order from the Bishop. She was the daughter of Sir Walter Innes of Balveny.
     Katherine died on 4 February 1686.

Children of Katherine Innes and Archibald Dunbar

Margaret Innes

     Margaret Innes was born in Banffshire, Scotland.
Margaret Innes married John MacPherson, son of unlinked 19C MacPherson, on 18 February 1818 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. John McPherson, Braes & Margt Innes, Fodderletter.

Children of Margaret Innes and John MacPherson

Margaret Innes

     Margaret Innes married Alexander Dunbar, son of Rev John Dunbar and Agnes MacKenzie, before 1674.

Robert Innes

(before 1815 - )
     Robert Innes was born before 1815 in Fodderletter, Kirkmichael, Banffshire.
Robert Innes married Ann MacPherson on 15 November 1825 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland.

Robert Innes

(before 1588 - )
     Robert Innes was born before 1588. He was the son of Alexander Innes (of Crombie) and Beatrix Dunbar.

Sir Walter Innes

(circa 1383 - 1454)
     Sir Walter Innes married Euphemia Fraser, daughter of Hugh Fraser 4th Lord Lovat. Sir Walter Innes was born circa 1383 in Scotland.
     Walter died in 1454 in Castle Innes, Kincairdy, Moray.

Child of Sir Walter Innes and Euphemia Fraser

Robert de Insula

( - after 1129/30)
     Robert de Insula was also known as Robert de Lisle in records.
Robert de Insula married Albreda de Tosny, daughter of Robert de Tosny and Adelais. Albreda married Robert de Insula, lord of Belvoir (by right of his wife).
     Robert died after 1129/30.

Elise ab Iorwerth

     Elise ab Iorwerth was the son of Iorwerth ab Owain Brogyntyn (?) and Efa ferch Madog ap Gwenwynwyn.

Child of Elise ab Iorwerth

Gwenllian f Iowerth

     Gwenllian f Iowerth married Meurig ap Madog, son of Madog ap Cadwgon ap Madog.

Child of Gwenllian f Iowerth and Meurig ap Madog

Llywelyn The Great ab Iowerth Prince of Gwynedd

(between 1172 and 1172 - 11 April 1240)
     Llywelyn The Great ab Iowerth Prince of Gwynedd was born between 1172 and 1172 in Wales. He was the son of Iorweth Drwyndwn ab Owain Gwynedd and Margred ferch Madog.
In 1194 he demanded, and obtained, with struggle, his hereditary crown of North Wales from his uncle David ap Owen Gwynedd. This monarch after an eventful reign of 56 years d. 1240 and was buried in the abbey of Conwy. He was succeeded by his grandson Llewelyn ap Griffith, the last native Sovereign prince of Wales recognised by the English monarchs. He was slain at Builth in the valley of the Wye 11 Dec 1282. In 1194, Llywelyn ab Iorweth, the rightful heir, became prince of Gwynnedd, upsetting Henry's arrangements of 1170; in 1212 he, in alliance with other princes, attacked the Normans in Powys and Gwynedd and rapidly extended his conquest during John's struggle with his Barons, in 1217 he did homage to Henry III, in 1219 he had become "Prince of all Wales", holding his own and helping the barons against Henry III, in 1238 he extracted an oath of fealty to his son Dafydd from the leaders of Wales and he died in 1240.
Llywelyn The Great ab Iowerth Prince of Gwynedd married Joan,, daughter of John, King of England, circa 1204. In as much as there is much confusion in printed sources and newsgroup archives regarding the marriage date of Llywelyn ap Iorwerth, Prince of North Wales, and his wife, Joan, illegitimate daughter of King John, Douglas Richardson of the Gen-Medieval Mailing list, contacted the English historian, Louise Wilkinson, Ph.D. Dr. Wilkinson recently delivered a paper on Joan at the Tenth Thirteenth Century England Conference held at St. Aidan's College, Durham in September 2003 [see website for details of conference ~ [EMAIL:]http://www.dur.ac.uk/History/confs/tce.htm[:EMAIL]].
Dr. Wilkinson replied:
"... references to the marriage settlement first appear in the records of the English Chancery in October 1204. See Rot. Litt. Claus. I, p.12. The charter, formally recording the settlement, appears in April 1205. See Rot. Litt. Claus., I.i., p. 147." [Note: Rot. Litt. Claus. is an abbreviation for Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum in Turri Londinensi].
Dr. Wilkinson stated that she has "encountered problems sorting out the daughters [of Joan]," and has "generally been guided by A.J. Roderick, 'Marriage and Politics, 1066-1282', Welsh Hist. Review, 4, 1968-69."
Dr Wilkinson also recommended "an extremely good article" by Huw Pryce on Llywelyn and Joan entitled 'Negotiating Anglo-Welsh
Relations: Llywelyn the Great and Henry III,' which article is found in the book, England and Europe in the Reign of Henry III, edited by B.K.U. Weiler and I.W. Rowlands (Aldershot, 2002).
In 1194, Llywelyn ab Iorweth, the rightful heir, became prince of Gwynnedd, upsetting Henry's arrangements of 1170; in 1212 he, in alliance with other princes, attacked the Normans in Powys and Gwynedd and rapidly extended his conquest during John's struggle with his Barons, in 1217 he did homage to Henry III, in 1219 he had become "Prince of all Wales", holding his own and helping the barons against Henry III, in 1238 he extracted an oath of fealty to his son Dafydd from the leaders of Wales and he died in 1240.
     Llywelyn died on 11 April 1240. He died at the Cistercian abbey of Aberconwy, which he had founded, and was buried there. He was buried in 1240 in Conwy abbey, Wales.

Children of Llywelyn The Great ab Iowerth Prince of Gwynedd

Child of Llywelyn The Great ab Iowerth Prince of Gwynedd and Joan,,

Christian de Ireby

( - before 6 July 1305)
     Christian de Ireby married Robert de Brus as his second wife, on 3 May 1273 in Hoddam, Dumfriesshire. She was a neighbouring widow of Thomas de Lascelles & Adam de Jessmond. They had no issue.
     Christian died before 6 July 1305.