Lucy de Kyme

     Lucy de Kyme was born in Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Philip de Kyme, Baron Kyme, Lord Kyme of Faldingworth, and eventually heir of her brother Wiliam, second baron Kyme.
     Lucy de Kyme married Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus, son of Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus and Elizabeth Comyn, before 1310.

Philip de Kyme

(circa 1248 - before 2 April 1323)
     Philip de Kyme was born circa 1248. He was the son of William de Kyme and Lucy de Ros.
     Philip died before 2 April 1323.

William de Kyme

( - before 3 September 1259)
     William de Kyme married Lucy de Ros, daughter of Sir William de Ros and Lucy FitzPiers, circa 1247.
     William died before 3 September 1259.

Child of William de Kyme and Lucy de Ros

Thomasin Kyme

(before 1530 - )
     Thomasin Kyme was born before 1530 in Sussex, England. Thomasin Kyme was also known as Tamsin Taylor in records.
     Thomasin Kyme married John Marlott, son of John Marlott and Elizabeth Homewood, on 10 November 1551 in Horsham, Sussex. Their marriage settlements were dated 24 December.
     Thomasin Kyme married John Young on 16 January 1552/53 in Horsham, Sussex.
     Thomasin Kyme married Richard Humphrey on 7 February 1564/65 in Petworth, Sussex.

Children of Thomasin Kyme and John Marlott

Herold Kyng

(31 May 1906 - 10 September 1941)
     Herold Kyng was also known as Harold Thomas Ching in records. He was born on 31 May 1906 in Croydon, Surrey. He was the son of Samuel James Ching and Alice Jane Roddis.
     Herold Kyng married Emily Gwendoline Elizabeth Paul, daughter of Dr George William Frederic Paul and Frances Marie Townsend, in 1927 in Kensington RD, Middlesex. A MUSICAL PAIR. MR. AND MKS. HEROLD KYNG. Interesting impressions of musical life in London and on the Continent are given by Miss Gwendo Paul (Mrs Herold Kyng) and her husband who have arrived in Brisbane on a visit to Dr and Mis G W F Paul and will later give a joint recital in Brisbane The marriage of Mr and Mrs Kyng was the result of a romance that began in their student days when they met at the Royal College of Music London at which centre Miss Paul was
pursuing her studies in pianofortelaying and Mr Kyng who is a well known joung basso bantanto was studying singing and elocution As many residents or Queensland are aware Miss Paul received the foundation of her musical education from Miss E Suter and later at the Sydney
Conservatorium of Music under the tuition of Miss Winifred Burston ... a photo is incuded in the article in the Brisbane Courier 11 May 1929
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     Herold died  on 10 September 1941 in Memorial Hospital, Blaenau, Festiniog, Merionethshire, Wales, aged 35. Herold Kyng of Summerhill School, Festiniog, Merionethshire died 10 Sep 1941.
     His will was proved on 20 November 1941 at Leicester.

Child of Herold Kyng and Emily Gwendoline Elizabeth Paul

Peter Harold Frederick Kyng

(8 July 1929 - 2 March 2009)
     Peter Harold Frederick Kyng was born on 8 July 1929 in Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Herold Kyng and Emily Gwendoline Elizabeth Paul.
     Peter died on 2 March 2009 in England aged 79. The Guardian reported 8 Jun 2009: Peter Kyng, by Mary Bonnin:
My cousin Peter Kyng, who has died aged 79, played bass clarinet for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra from 1960 until 1983 and was also secretary of the players' committee. A dedicated Marxist, he was active in defending the rights of musicians and held various posts on the executive of the New South Wales branch of the Musicians' Union.
Peter came from a musical family. His English father and Australian mother met at the Royal College of Music in London: Harold was studying singing and Gwendo became his accompanist. They married in 1927 and emigrated to Australia, where they began their concert career; Harold was advised to change his name from Ching to Kyng for professional purposes.
Peter was born in Brisbane, but four years later the family returned to England when Peter's father decided to study medicine. After war broke out Peter's parents split up and he was sent to board at A S Neill's Summerhill, in Suffolk, staying there during the holidays while his mother was abroad entertaining the troops; his father had died in 1940. Peter left school at 16 with no formal qualifications.
He started learning the clarinet at 15 and proved to be exceptionally musical. He enrolled at the Guildhall School of Music, supporting himself by joining the Grenadier Guards, and married his first wife, Angela, an art student. In 1954 they left England for Australia.
Peter was then appointed principal clarinettist with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, and their son Timothy was born. But Angela did not like living in New Zealand and the family returned to Australia. A daughter, Jenny, was born but the marriage later broke up. Peter found a job in a Sydney hospital working with the heart-lung machine, filling in as clarinet player for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. He was eventually appointed to a permanent post. His second wife, Joan, supported him with wonderful companionship.
After retiring from the orchestra, Peter took a degree in economics and history at Sydney University and then an MPhil in medieval history. He always felt great nostalgia for England. He and Joan enjoyed several holidays in London in recent years, attending concerts and visiting art galleries.
He is survived by Joan and his children.
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Jane Doe La Ramee

     Jane Doe La Ramee married Soloman Lafortune.

Children of Jane Doe La Ramee and Soloman Lafortune

Avice Gertrude La Touche

(circa 1893 - 24 May 1959)
     Avice Gertrude La Touche was born circa 1893 in India. She was the daughter of Thomas Henry Digges La Touche and Anna Frances Handy. Edith and Avice were listed as Thomas Henry Digges La Touche's children in the 1911 census in 11 Tivoli Tce South, Kingstown, Dublin, Dublin.
     Avice Gertrude La Touche married David Edward Gillespie Wemyss as his second wife, in 1930 in Brentford RD, Miiddlesex, England.
     Avice died Alice Gertrude La touche or Wemyss, of Carphin House, Luthrie, Cupar Fife (wife of David edward Wemyss) died 24 May 1959. Confirmation of Charles David Pagan, Writer to the Signet and the said David Edward Gillespie Wemyss, DSO, DSC, Commander RN. Sealed at London 25 August. on 24 May 1959 in Fife, Scotland.

Denis Digges La Touche

(1895 - 8 August 1915)
     Denis Digges La Touche was born in 1895 in Rathdown RD, Dublin. He was the son of Thomas Henry Digges La Touche and Anna Frances Handy.
     Denis died "Find a grave" includes a photo and states: Captain Denis Digges La Touche. The Welsh Regiment 8th Battalion. Aged 20.
Son of Thomas Henry and Anna Frances Digges La Touche, of 230, Hills Rd., Cambridge, England.
Educated at Baymount School, Co. Dublin, and Shrewsbury School.
Elected to a senior scholarship at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1913.
on 8 August 1915 in Gallipoli, Turkey.

Edith Mary La Touche

(5 September 1897 - 1930)
     Edith Mary La Touche was born on 5 September 1897 in Mussoorie, India. She was the daughter of Thomas Henry Digges La Touche and Anna Frances Handy. Edith Mary La Touche was christened on 13 October 1897 in Christ Church, Mussoorie, India. Edith Mary daughter of Thoms henry & Anna Frances Digges La Touche, of Mussoorie, Geological Survey department.. Edith and Avice were listed as Thomas Henry Digges La Touche's children in the 1911 census in 11 Tivoli Tce South, Kingstown, Dublin, Dublin.
     Edith Mary La Touche married David Edward Gillespie Wemyss in 1924 in Cambridge RD, Cambridgeshire, England. Tjey had 3 sons..
     Edith died in 1930.

Frances La Touche

(circa 1936 - )
     Frances La Touche was born circa 1936. She was the daughter of James Fleming Digges La Touche and Frances Margaret Dawn. Frances La Touche travelled with James Fleming Digges La Touche and Frances Margaret Dawn on the "Arrived from Rangoon via the Staffordshire James D la Touche, proposed address in UK: Coombs hatchm, Bishops Steignton, of the Forest Service, aged 38, from Burma, with Fracnes M, wife aged 34, child Frances G? 2 and infant Rosemary 7 months". Frances La Touche travelled with James Fleming Digges La Touche and Frances Margaret Dawn on the "The family departed via the Sagaing on 8 Nov 1939 for Rangoon from Liverpool. Mr J F D La Touche. last address in UK: Combe Hatch, Bishop Steignton, Forest Services, 38; Mrs of Teignmouth Devon, housewife, 34; Miss F G D, 3 and Miss R D, 1.".

James Fleming Digges La Touche

(1900 - 12 June 1963)
     James Fleming Digges La Touche was born in 1900. James Fleming Digges La Touche aged 46 departed for Rangoon on 18 Feb 1946 with the Burma Forest Service on the "Worcestershire", whose last address was Newton Abbot.. He was the son of Thomas Henry Digges La Touche and Anna Frances Handy.
     James Fleming Digges La Touche appeared on the 1911 census in Clontarf East, Dublin. James Fleming La Touche aged 10 born India, was a pupil at the Boarding School at Baymount Castle..
     James Fleming Digges La Touche married Frances Margaret Dawn before 1936.
     James Fleming Digges La Touche and Frances Margaret Dawn travelled to England on 5 May 1939 per the "Arrived from Rangoon via the Staffordshire James D la Touche, proposed address in UK: Coombs hatchm, Bishops Steignton, of the Forest Service, aged 38, from Burma, with Fracnes M, wife aged 34, child Frances G? 2 and infant Rosemary 7 months".
     James Fleming Digges La Touche and Frances Margaret Dawn travelled to Rangoon, Burma, in November 1939 per the "The family departed via the Sagaing on 8 Nov 1939 for Rangoon from Liverpool. Mr J F D La Touche. last address in UK: Combe Hatch, Bishop Steignton, Forest Services, 38; Mrs of Teignmouth Devon, housewife, 34; Miss F G D, 3 and Miss R D, 1.".
     James died He died 12 June 1963 at Church Rd, Newton Abbot, Devon. Probate granted 20 Sep to Frances Margaret Digges la Touche , widow. Effects £6300 10s. on 12 June 1963 in Newton Abbot, Devon, England.

Child of James Fleming Digges La Touche and Frances Margaret Dawn

John William La Touche

     John William La Touche married Elisabeth Bowker, daughter of Alexander Bowker and Eliza or Elisabeth Unknown, on 9 April 1840 in Leghorn, Tuscany, Italy. The Norfolk chronicle reported on 25 April 1840: Married Rev John William La Touche, Rector of Montrath, Queens county, Ireland, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Alexander Bowker of Kings Lynn, in the county of Norfolk.

Lynette Nowelle La Touche

(24 December 1903 - 1979)
     Lynette Nowelle La Touche was born on 24 December 1903 in Rathdown RD, Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Thomas Henry Digges La Touche and Anna Frances Handy.
     Lynette Nowelle La Touche married David Edward Gillespie Wemyss as his third wife, in 1961 in Cambridge RD, Cambridgeshire, England.
     Lynette died in 1979.

Thomas Henry Digges La Touche

(1855 - 1938)
     Thomas Henry Digges La Touche was born in 1855.
     Thomas Henry Digges La Touche married Anna Frances Handy, daughter of Matthew Fleming Handy and Isabella Sarah Gamble, on 16 September 1891 in St John's, Monkstown, Rathdown RD, Dublin. Thomas Henry Digges la Touche... Geological Survey, India; residence at time of marriage: Stokeley Vicarage... Shropshire, son of James Digges la Touche, to, Anna Frances Handy, of IglintonPark, Kingstown, daughter of Matthew Fleming Handy, both single and of full age. They signed in the presence of J D La Touche, ... La touche, Isabella Sarah Handy, & ....
     Thomas Henry Digges La Touche and Anna Frances Handy appeared on the 1911 census in 11 Tivoli Tce South, Kingstown, Dublin, Dublin. Thomas Henry Digges la Touche 55, geological surveyor, retired, born England; wife Anna Frances, 45, born co. Kilkenny, children Avice Gerrtrde 18, born India, Denis 15, born Dublin, Edith Mary 13, born India, Lynette Nowellen 7, born Dublin, Anna Maria Carolina Rietz, visitor 25, kindergarten teacher born Seden and a servant. Married for 19 years with 5 children, none deceased..
     Thomas died in 1938. An obituary in "Nature" 7 May 1838 reads: With the death on March 30 at the age of eighty-two years of Thomas Henry Digges La Touche, the Geological Survey of India has lost its oldest member. Educated at Shrewsbury and St John’s College, Cambridge, that breeding-place of geologists, he was appointed to the Geological Survey of India in 1881, promoted superintendent in 1894 and acted as director in 1906 and 1909, retiring in 1910.

There is a collection of his papers at the National Library Mss Eur C258: letters 1882-1910 comprising mainly correspondence between Thomas Henry Digges La Touche (b 1855), Geological Survey of India 1881-1910, his wife Anna ('Nancy'), and their families in England, Ireland and India; mostly on family matters but also referring to La Touche's work including survey expeditions to India and Burma..

Children of Thomas Henry Digges La Touche and Anna Frances Handy

Hugh de Laci Earl of Ulster

( - 1243)
     Hugh de Laci Earl of Ulster married Emmeline de Ridlesford.
     Hugh died in 1243.

Child of Hugh de Laci Earl of Ulster and Emmeline de Ridlesford

Maud de Laci

( - 1264)
     Maud de Laci married Walter de Burgh Earl of Ulster, son of Richard de Burgh the Great and Una or Agnes O'Connor. Maud de Laci was born in England. She was the daughter of Hugh de Laci Earl of Ulster and Emmeline de Ridlesford.
     Maud died in 1264.

Agnes de Lacy

     Agnes de Lacy married William Fitzalan or Fitzwilliam, son of William Fitzalan and Isabel de Say.

Children of Agnes de Lacy and William Fitzalan or Fitzwilliam

Aubrey de Lacy

(circa 1100 - )
     Phil wrote onj Gen Medieval mailing list: Blyth Priory Cartulary: "Her son by her first marriage (to Richard Fitz Eustace) was John the constable of Chester who had received his inheritance by 1166.[10] He died at Tyre in 1190, while on the third Crusade. He confirmed to the monks the gifts of Fulk de Lisoriis and his son Robert (No. 357)."
I have double checked the text, and #357 is what is written, but this charter has nothing whatsoever to do with John the constable, or any of his relations. By sheer dumb luck, I was able to get the right charter, because it was on the facing page of another charter cited by Timson. The correct charter is actually 337, and this is the one and only charter that mentions John the constable
Chris Nash wrote: I have discovered a typo in my edition of Timson's work, which I must advise you of now.
"Her son by her first marriage (to Richard Fitz Eustace) was John the constable of Chester who had received his inheritance by 1166.[10] He died at Tyre in 1190, while on the third Crusade. He confirmed to the monks the gifts of Fulk de Lisoriis and his son Robert (No. 357)."
I have double checked the text, and #357 is what is written, but this charter has nothing whatsoever to do with John the constable, or any of his relations. By shear dumb luck, I was able to get the right charter, because it was on the facing page of another charter cited by Timson. The correct charter is actually 337, and this is the one and only charter that mentions John the constable. Aubrey de Lacy was born circa 1100. Gen-Medieval mailing list: I wonder if there's a current consensus here as to the parents of Albreda 'de Lacy'? I note that while DD, without reservation, gives them as Robert de Lacy and Matilda [--] (538) as does Wightman, Todd had written on 13 Jan 1999 sub (prior to DD's publication) --
> The father of Albreda de Lisours, wife of Richard Fitz Eustace, was Robert de Lisours (son of Fulk). By his wife Aubrey, whose other husband was a Lacy (Richard?). There was no blood relationship between the earlier Lacys and the later ones. She was the daughter of Robert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract.
     Aubrey de Lacy married Robert de Lisures, son of Fulk de Lisures and Albreda Unknown (Lisures), before 1130 in Yorkshire. Robert was fined that he might marry the sister of Ilbert de Lacy. He was of Blythe. Robert de Lisoriis is mentioned in 1130 and had married Albreda de Lacy shortly before that.
     Aubrey de Lacy married Richard FitzEustace before 1145.
     Aubrey de Lacy married Richard FitzEustace Constable of Chester circa 1150 in Sprotborough, Yorkshire. Children of Richard FITZEUSTACE Baron of Halton and Albreda de LISOURES were as follows:
John FitzRichard de LACY Constable of Chester.
Roger FitzRichard 1st Lord of Warkworth.
Robert FitzRichard, born abt 1153 of England; died dsp.
Mary (Sara) FitzRichard.
Aubrey FitzRichard.
Roger de LACY, born abt 1157 of Cheshire, England
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Child of Aubrey de Lacy and Robert de Lisures

Child of Aubrey de Lacy and Richard FitzEustace

Henry de Lacy

     Henry de Lacy was the son of Robert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract.

Ilbert de Lacy

(circa 1110 - )
     Ilbert was a major landholder and died without issue. His heir was his brother Henry whose issue became extinct in 1193..
     Ilbert died in Yorkshire, England. Ilbert de Lacy was also known as Gilbert in records. He was born circa 1110. He was the son of Robert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract.

Pernel de Lacy

     Pernel de Lacy was also known as Petronilla in records.
     Pernel de Lacy married Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny, son of Roger de Tosny de Conches (4) and Constance de Beaumont, between November 1232 and November 1234.

Children of Pernel de Lacy and Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny

Robert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract

     There is much of interest on this family on the Gen-Medieval mailing list. Robert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract was also known as Robert de Lacy in records.

Children of Robert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract

Deborah Lacy

(2 February 1653 - )
     Deborah Lacy was christened on 2 February 1653 in Winterton, Lincolnshire. There were two Deborahs, daughter of Anthony Lacy baptised 1653 and daughter of Richard Lacy baptised 3 March 1659 at Winterton.
     Deborah Lacy married Humphrey Popplewell, son of William Popplewell, on 20 January 1684 in Winteringham, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond described them as Humprey Popplewell of Kingston? supra Hull & Deborah Lacie of Winteringham. [Winterton?]. He signed Humphrey Poplewell.

Edward Ladds

( - 1810)
     Edward Ladds lived at Giddings, Huntingdonshire. He was born in Huntingdonshire.
     Edward Ladds married Elizabeth Bowker, daughter of Burgess Bowker and Sarah Robinson, on 27 October 1794 in Alconbury Weston, Huntingdonshire. Married by licence.
     Edward died in 1810 in Giddings, HUN.

Edward E Ladds

(before 1780 - )
     Edward E Ladds was born before 1780 in England.
     Edward E Ladds married Ann Robinson Bowker, daughter of Burgess Bowker and Sarah Robinson, on 19 February 1798 in Glatton, Huntingdonshire. He was of Brighton..
     Edward E Ladds lived at Alconbury Weston, Huntingdonshire, England, 1810.

Mary Ladds

     Mary Ladds was the daughter of Thomas Ladds and Elizabeth Negus.
     Mary Ladds was mentioned in the will of Mary Dixon dated 29 April 1786.

Thomas Ladds

     Thomas Ladds married Elizabeth Negus, daughter of George Negus and Elizabeth Bowker.

Child of Thomas Ladds and Elizabeth Negus

Mary Ladyman

(circa 1560 - )
     Mary Ladyman was born circa 1560.
     Mary Ladyman married Robert Trull as his second wife, on 14 April 1577 in St Saviour, Norwich, Norfolk.

Children of Mary Ladyman and Robert Trull

Dinah Laflin

(17 December 1794 - before 14 February 1880)
     Dinah Laflin was christened on 17 December 1794 in Gt Bricett, Suffolk.
     Dinah Laflin married John Grimwood, son of John Grimwood and Sarah Summers, on 27 May 1822 in Ringshall, Suffolk.
     Dinah Laflin and John Grimwood were recorded on the 1851 census in Aldham, Suffolk. John Grimwade, head, 50, farm labourer, born Ringshall, wife Dinah, 51, born Bricett.
     Dinah Laflin and John Grimwood appeared on the 1861 census in Red Hill, Aldham. John Grimwade, head, 60, ag. lab,m born Ringshall, with his wife Dinah, 66, born Bricett.
     Dinah died before 14 February 1880 in Aldham, Suffolk. She was buried on 14 February 1880 in Aldham.

Children of Dinah Laflin and John Grimwood