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.

Mary Ireland

     Mary Ireland married Henry Lewis Cutting, son of Lewis Cutting and Elizabeth Chase, on 30 October 1757 in Christ Church, Barbados.

William Ireland

( - before 16 April 1778)
     William Ireland married Elizabeth Stanser on 2 September 1750 in Duddington, Northamptonshire. They had Ann bp 6 April 1751 died 30 Sep 1751; Mary died 26 April 1755, Mary bp 10 July 1761, died 1 July 1762 and Elizabeth bp 2 July 1758, all at Duddington according to the IGI. The Northants burial index gives: Anne buried 16 Sep 1751, Mary bureid 25 April 1755, Mary buried 1 Juy 1762, daughters of Williamn & Elizabeth; Willam bureid 16 April 1778 & Elizabeth buried 6 August 1790, pauper.
     William died before 16 April 1778 in Duddington, Northamptonshire. He was buried on 16 April 1778 in Duddington.

Henry William Irons

(1858 - )
     Henry William Irons was born in 1858 in West Ham, Essex.
Henry William Irons married Emma Maria Wafford, daughter of William Wafford and Emma Broomhead, on 9 September 1884 in St Martin, Kentish Town, Pancras RD, Middlesex.

A Smith Irvine

     A Smith Irvine married Georgianna Whittemore.

Children of A Smith Irvine and Georgianna Whittemore

DeLacy Irvine

(circa 1872 - )
     DeLacy Irvine married John Phinizy. DeLacy Irvine was born circa 1872 in Augusta, Georgia, USA. She was the daughter of A Smith Irvine and Georgianna Whittemore.
DeLacy Irvine witnessed Rev George Harvey Trull and Donna Adele Irvine's wedding on 21 October 1903 in Augusta, Georgia.

Child of DeLacy Irvine and John Phinizy

Donna Adele Irvine

(30 October 1874 - 22 October 1963)
     Donna Adele Irvine was born on 30 October 1874 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. She was the second daughter and youngest child of Mr A Smith Irvine and of Georgianna Whittemore Irvine of Augusta, Georgia. He had moved there in June 1888 after remarrying.. She was the daughter of A Smith Irvine and Georgianna Whittemore.
Donna Adele Irvine married Rev George Harvey Trull, son of George Trull and Ellen Harvey, on 21 October 1903 in Augusta, Georgia. They married at the bride's sister's home.
     Donna Adele Irvine and Rev George Harvey Trull travelled to Belfast, Antrim, Ireland, on 25 October 1931 per the "Caledonia". George Trull, clergyman, 58, US citizen, with Donna Trull, h'wife, 56, US citizen were travelling to 17 Lansdowne Cres, Port Rush, Antrim from New York.
     Donna died on 22 October 1963 in USA aged 88.

Children of Donna Adele Irvine and Rev George Harvey Trull

Charels Eldred Irving

(16 August 1899 - 6 April 1964)
     Charels Eldred Irving married Florence Cruttenden Lewis, daughter of Charles Albert Lewis and Fanny Alison Cruttenden. Charels Eldred Irving was born on 16 August 1899.
     Charels died on 6 April 1964 aged 64.

Child of Charels Eldred Irving and Florence Cruttenden Lewis

John Lewis Irving

(20 May 1927 - 16 July 2010)
     John Lewis Irving was born on 20 May 1927. He was the son of Charels Eldred Irving and Florence Cruttenden Lewis.
John Lewis Irving married Marian Delores Dryer.
     John died on 16 July 2010 aged 83.

Charles Durham Irwin

(1865 - )
     Charles Durham Irwin was born in 1865 in New South Wales. He was the son of John Edward Irwin and Arabella Paul.
Charles Durham Irwin emigrated to New Zealand.

Frederick Charles Edward Irwin

(1863 - 1931)
     Frederick Charles Edward Irwin was born in 1863 in Balmain, New South Wales. He was the son of John Edward Irwin and Arabella Paul. Frederick was an engineer?.
Frederick Charles Edward Irwin married Florence Fanny Rinker in 1901 in Newcastle, New South Wales.
     Frederick died in 1931.

Children of Frederick Charles Edward Irwin and Florence Fanny Rinker

Harold Frederick Charles Irwin

(1902 - 1960)
     Harold Frederick Charles Irwin was born in 1902 in Wickham, New South Wales. He was the son of Frederick Charles Edward Irwin and Florence Fanny Rinker.
Harold Frederick Charles Irwin married Gwenyth Seymour Farrell in 1934.
     Harold died in 1960.

Henrietta Jane Irwin

(1857 - 1858)
     Henrietta Jane Irwin was also known as Harriet Jane in records. She was born in 1857 in Maitland, New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Edward Irwin and Arabella Paul.
     Henrietta died in 1858 in Maitland, New South Wales.

John Edward Irwin

(1823 - 1897?)
     John Edward Irwin was born in 1823 in Dungannon, Drumglass, Tyrone, Ireland. He was the third son of John Moore Irwin and Jane nee Staples.
John Edward Irwin married Arabella Paul, daughter of George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton, on 10 January 1855 in West Maitland, New South Wales, Australia. He married secondly Mary Sarah Ingram and had issue by her.
Married. At West Maitland, on the 10th instant, by the Rev. Robert Chapman, John Edward, third son of the late Major Innes [sic], to Arabella, fourth daughter of the late Mr. George Paul, of Sydney.
. John He was appointed Lieutenant in the NSW Naval Brigade on 23 June 1863 and was mentioned in the 1867 list in that role.
     John died in 1897? In New South Wales. Mr Charles Durham was the executor of his will. He was buried in St Jude's, Randwick.

Children of John Edward Irwin and Arabella Paul

John George Henry Irwin

(1855 - )
     John was an engineer. He was born in 1855 in New South Wales. He was the son of John Edward Irwin and Arabella Paul.

Leonard Lloyd Irwin

(1915 - 1974)
     Leonard was an engineer. He was born in 1915. He was the son of Frederick Charles Edward Irwin and Florence Fanny Rinker.
Leonard Lloyd Irwin married Glyde Aspinall in 1939 in Wickham, New South Wales.
     Leonard died in 1974 in New South Wales.

Thomas Isaac

     Thomas Isaac married Maud (Matilda) Bruce, daughter of Robert, the Bruce, King of Scotland and Elizabeth de Burgh, after June 1342. They had two daughters, Janet & Katherine. He was of Formatine and Kintore, Aberdeenshire. .” At an unknown date, his wife, Maud, was granted half of the thanage of Formartine and Kintore, Aberdeenshire by her brother, David II, King of Scots.

Cynwrig Sais ab Ithel Fychan

     Cynwrig Sais ab Ithel Fychan was born in Wales. He was the son of Ithel Fychan ab Ithel Llwyd (?).

Child of Cynwrig Sais ab Ithel Fychan

Ithel Fychan ab Ithel Gam

     Ithel Fychan ab Ithel Gam was the son of Ithel Gam.
Ithel Fychan ab Ithel Gam married Adles f Richard ferch Richard, daughter of Richard ap Cadwalladr.

Children of Ithel Fychan ab Ithel Gam and Adles f Richard ferch Richard

Angharad ferch Ithel

     Angharad ferch Ithel was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Ithel Fychan ab Ithel Gam and Adles f Richard ferch Richard.

Child of Angharad ferch Ithel

Gwenhwyfar ferch Ithel

     Gwenhwyfar ferch Ithel was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Ithel Llwyd ap Cadwgon (?).

Child of Gwenhwyfar ferch Ithel and Einion ap Gruffudd

Gwenllian ferch Ithel

     Gwenllian ferch Ithel married Madog Fychan (?), son of Madog Crupl (?) and Marg ferch Rhys, in Wales. Gwenllian ferch Ithel was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Ithel Fychan ab Ithel Gam and Adles f Richard ferch Richard.

Child of Gwenllian ferch Ithel and Madog Fychan (?)

Dulcie Christina Ivey

(19 July 1918 - 16 February 2000)
     Dulcie Christina Ivey was born on 19 July 1918 in Victoria. She was the daughter of Richard & Adela Ivey.
Dulcie Christina Ivey married Michael John Colbert, son of Edward Michael Colbert and Margaret Robertson, in Victoria.
     Dulcie died on 16 February 2000 in Victoria aged 81. She was buried on 21 February 2000 in New Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner.

Children of Dulcie Christina Ivey and Michael John Colbert