Emma Melton

(circa 1835 - )
     Emma Melton was born circa 1835 in Thurston, Suffolk. She is probably the 17 year old daughter of Joseph Melton, and they were living together there in the 1851 census, 2 doors from Emma Cocksedge visiting the Bakers.
     Emma Melton married Frederick Cocksedge before 1859 in Suffolk.
     Emma Melton and Frederick Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Smallwood Green, Bradfield St George. Frederick Cocksedge, head, aged 38, ag. lab born at Hessett, with his wife Emma aged 36, born Thurston, and their son Walter, aged 1 born at Bradfield St George.
     Emma Melton and Frederick Cocksedge appeared on the 1871 census in Valley Farm, Hessett, Suffolk. Frederick Cocksedge, head, married aged 46, agricultural labourer, born Hessett, his wife Emma, aged 36, born Thurston, children Walter 12, Anna 9, Kate 7, all born Bradfield St George, Frederick 10 months born at Hesset.
     Emma Melton and Frederick Cocksedge appeared on the 1881 census in on the west side of the street, Hessett. Frederick, aged 58 born Hessett, with his wife Emma aged 47, born Thurston, and their children Walter aged 21 unmarried, born Bradfield, Anna 19 & Kate 15 both born at Bradfield & Frederick aged 10 born at Hesset.
     Emma Melton appeared on the 1891 census in Beyton Rd, Thurston, Suffolk. Emma Cocksedge, head, widow, aged 55, charwoman, not employed, born Thurston, with her children Walter aged 29, ag. lab., Jane age 26, charwoman, not employed, Kate aged 24, all born at Bradfield, Frederick aged 19, ag. lab. born Hessett. Ann Cocksedge, grand daughter aged 1, born Thurston.
     Emma Melton and Kate Annie Cocksedge appeared on the 1911 census in Beyton Rd, Thurston. Living in 2 rooms were Emma Cocksedge head, aged 76, widow, completed years of marriage 52, 3 living children 1 dead, born Thurston; with daughter Kate Cocksedge aged 45, single, born Bradfield. Crossed out are her presumed other children: Walter Abram?, 50 single, farm labourer, Annie Jane 48, married for 18 years with 1 living and 1 dead child ^Frederick james, aged 40, married 11 years, 2ith 2 living and 2 dead children, all born at Bradfield.

Children of Emma Melton and Frederick Cocksedge

Justina Melville (MacKenzie)

(circa 1877 - )
     Justina Melville (MacKenzie) was born circa 1877.
     Justina Melville (MacKenzie) married James MacKenzie, son of Alexander Holm MacKenzie and Isabella MacKay, on 17 December 1909 in the United Free Church Manse, Resolis, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Child of Justina Melville (MacKenzie) and James MacKenzie

Katherine Melville

     Thomas Dunbar married Katherine Melville as his third wife, circa 1685.

William Mendlove

(circa 1570? - after 13 August 1611)
     William Mendlove was born circa 1570?.
     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) married secondly William Mendlove before 1611.
     William Mendlove made a will dated 13 August 1611 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Will and probate of William Mendlove/Mendlowe of Hornethwaite in the parish of Penistone, yeoman. He mentions Agnes his wife, Henry Mendlove his brother, Jaspar Mendlove his son and Elizabeth Mendlove his daughter and disposes of a cottage and lands in Greasbrooke and lands in Penistone and Thurlestone [largely illegible].
     William died after 13 August 1611. He was mentioned as the previous tenant in the manorial court roll in Penistone, YKS, dated 24 September 1621, in Penistone, YKS. Copy surrender and admittance: Court baron of Godfrey Bosville, Manor of Penistone: Agnes Mendlove surrendered all her houses, buildings, lands etc. in Penistone and Thurleston and a moiety of all lands and tenements (which the said Agnes lately had by surender of William Mendlove and which were lately customary lands of William Jenkinson and Joanna his wife) to the use of said Agnes for life and after her death to William Peake alias Riche. He was admitted. Fine respited.

Mary of Menteith Countess of Menteith

( - before 1286)
     Mary of Menteith Countess of Menteith married Walter Stewart Earl of Menteith, son of Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward, before September 1255.
     Mary died before 1286.

Child of Mary of Menteith Countess of Menteith and Walter Stewart Earl of Menteith

Joanna Menteith

( - 1323)
     Joanna died in 1323.
     Joanna Menteith married William de Moray / Sutherland 5th Earl of Sutherland as his second wife, before 9 November 1347. He was her fourth husband and they had two other sons- kenneth & William. She was the daughter of Sir John Menteith of Rusky and the widow of Malise, 7th Earl of Strathearn.

Margaret Menteith

     Margaret Menteith was the daughter of Alexander Stewart Earl of Mentheith and Matilda (Maude) Strathearn?
     Margaret Menteith married Sir Alexander Abernethy.

Sir Robert Menteith

     Sir Robert Menteith married Margaret Lennox, daughter of Duncan Lennox 8th Earl and Ellen Campbell Countess of Lennox.

Unknown Menteith

     Unknown Menteith married Sir John Livingston, son of Sir William Livingston. She was his first wife..

Child of Unknown Menteith and Sir John Livingston

Robert ap Meredith

( - after 1403)
     Robert ap Meredith was the son of Maredudd ap Hywel and Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David.
     Robert ap Meredith married Angharad ferch David ap Llewelyn, daughter of David ap Llewelyn ap David, in Wales. He was 80 when he married Anghared.
     Robert died after 1403.

Child of Robert ap Meredith and Angharad ferch David ap Llewelyn

Thomas Merfield

(circa 1707 - circa 1738)
     Thomas Merfield was also known as Mirfield in records. He was born circa 1707 in St Mary, Dublin.
     Thomas Merfield married Ruth Bertrand on 21 October 1732 in St James, Dublin.
     Thomas died circa 1738 in Dublin, Ireland.
     His will was proved in 1738 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Anarawd Gwalch-crwn ap Merfyn Mawr

     Anarawd Gwalch-crwn ap Merfyn Mawr was born in Wales. He was the son of Merfyn Mawr, King of Man.

Child of Anarawd Gwalch-crwn ap Merfyn Mawr

Avandreg ferch Merfyn

     Avandreg ferch Merfyn married Idwal Foel vach ap Anarawd King of North Wales, son of Anarawd ap Rhodri, Prince of Gwynedd, King of North Wales, in Wales. Avandreg ferch Merfyn was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Merfyn ap Rhodri ap Rhodri King of Powys.
     She is not shown on page 42 of Bartrum..

Llywelyn ap Merfyn

     Llywelyn died in Wales. He was born in Wales. He was the son of Merfyn ap Rhodri ap Rhodri King of Powys.

Child of Llywelyn ap Merfyn

Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn

(before 844 - 878)
     Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn was born before 844. He was the son of Merfyn Frych ap Gwriad and Esyllt ferch Cynan Dindaethwy.
     Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn married Angharad ferch Meurig, daughter of Meurig ap Dyfnwallor (?). Stewart Baldwin states that - a fourteenth century manuscript) gives Angharad ferch Meurig as the wife of Rhodri Mawr, and is the earliest known source to mention Angharad. Patrick Sims-Williams has argued persuasively (in SW) that Angharad is a late invention, and I find his arguments convincing. (The main problem is that JC, the earliest source for this and other marriages, shows a disturbing tendancy to have suspiciously convenient sisters marrying just the right people, suggesting invention.) The same arguments apply to Rhodri's alleged mother Nest of Powys (below, #2049). Since Angharad probably never existed, the supposed line of descent from the kings of Ceredigion which has been traced through her is probably not valid.
     Rhodri died in 878 in Wales. Gwynedd was always the primary kingdom of Wales, even though it has moments when it was dominated by rulers from the south. It had several great rulers during its early years but the first to earn the title "the Great" was Rhodri ap Merfyn who by 871 had inherited Powys (855) and Seisyllwg, in addition to Gwynedd, and was effectively ruler of all northern and western Wales.
He driven out by Vikings; killed in battle.

Martha Philips Meriwether

(23 September 1848 - )
     Martha Philips Meriwether was born on 23 September 1848 in Montgomery County, Alabama, USA.
     Martha Philips Meriwether married William Edward Hooper, son of Dr Edward Jones Hooper and Amelia Massy, in 1869. They had 6 children..

daughter Merrill

(1738 - )
     Daughter Merrill was born in 1738. She was the daughter of Mary West or Killigrew.

John Merrill

     John Merrill married Mary West or Killigrew, daughter of John West and Mary Erisey, on 14 July 1737 in Lainston, Hampshire. John Merrill esq & Mrs Mary West, otherwise Killigrew, were marryd at lainston Church.
     Pendennis Castle: report on application for renewal of lease by J Merrill and F Killigrew 1745-1771.
     Administration of the estate of Mary West or Killigrew was granted to John Merrill, on 24 May 1745 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Grant of administration of goods of Mary Merrill, formerly Killigrew, to her husband John Merrill.
     13 July 1765: 99 year lease (lives of Arthur Ginson and John Adams of Budock); rent 18/-.
(1) John Merrill of Lainston, Southampton, esq., and Hon. Chas. Berkeley of Brewton Abbey, Somerset, and w. Frances
(2) Mathias Williams of Falmouth, barber and periwig maker
Consideration: 100 guineas
Dwelling house and tenement 30' square with all buildings erected there, in Falmouth, late in occ. of Ralph Tonkin decd. then Wm. Michell, bounded on e. with Joseph Lillicrap's tenement, on s. with open ground, on w. with Hen. Roache's tenement, on n. with street leading to custom house. Detailed repair clauses.

May Lane Merriman

(30 January 1885 - 10 September 1964)
     May Lane Merriman was born on 30 January 1885 in USA ?. She was a US citizen and related to the Duchess of Windsor.
     May Lane Merriman married Alan Hilton Hilton-Johnson, son of Maj John William Denne Hilton-Johnson and Louisa Catherine Loch, on 10 January 1910 in Shanghai, Kiangsu, China. She was of Shanghai.
     May Lane Merriman made a will dated 30 December 1947 in Sandhurst, Berkshire, England. May Lane Hilton Johnson, of Wall Cottage, Sandhurst, Berkshire: her whole estate to her son William Denne Hilton-Johnson of 25 Drayton Gardens, SW10.
     May died on 10 September 1964 in King Edward VII hospital, Clewer, Windsor, Berkshire, England, aged 79.
     Her will was proved on 8 January 1965 at the Principal Probate Registry, London.

Child of May Lane Merriman and Alan Hilton Hilton-Johnson

Sarah Merriman

     The marriage of Sarah Merriman and Robert Stanser Bowker, son of Dr Robert Stanser Bowker and Betsey Marshall, was registered in Aston RD, Warwickshire, in the December 1874 quarter. He may be the Stanser Bowker who married Sarah Merriman in the Aston RD, in the Dec quarter of the 1874. He was charged with threatening to kill her in 1 August 1880, having been married for 6 years with one child. He was of Normans Heath.

Elena Merring

     Elena Merring married an unknown person before 1565.
     Elena Merring married Robert Aske as his second wife, before 1582. In 1582 he granted a charter to his son John and John's wife Christiana Fairfax.

Lucy Mervyn

( - 1737)
     Lucy Mervyn married Wentworth Harman, son of Wentworth Harman, in 1714 in Ireland.
     Lucy died in 1737.

Children of Lucy Mervyn and Wentworth Harman

Matthew de Meschin

(circa 1100? - before 1135)
     Matthew de Meschin was born circa 1100?. He was the son of William de Meschin Lord of Copeland and Cecily de Romelli.
     Matthew died before 1135 in England. He died without issue..

Maud de Meschin (Belmeis) (Mortimer)

(circa 1110? - )
     In the Aumale article in vol 1 of the Complete Peerage ,a revised version in vol. 14 added a third daughter Maud, wife first of Philip de Belmeis, of Tong, Salop, and second Hugh de Mortimer, of Wigmore, co. Hereford (citing the articles on Mortimer and Zouche). And Keats-Rohan does duly identify the wife of Hugh de Mortimer as "Matilda, daughter and coheiress of William le Meschin of Skipton" (p. 601) and Philip de Belmeis as "Matilda, daughter of William le Meschin of Bayeux" (p. 317).
The evidence cited in the Mortimer article of CP (vol. 9, p. 271) does seem to make it clear that these two Matildas are the same woman, and that she is a sister of Alice and Avice.

Maud le Meschin* coheiress (after death of her brother) her inheritance included the manor of Molland, Devon. She was witness to Philip de Belmeis' charter founding Lillieshall Abbey, co. Salop - therein styled 'domina Matilda filia Willelmi Meschin' (CP Vol IX -Mortimer, p. 271n)[1]

Spouse: Isabel de Ferrieres
Death: bef 29 Apr 1252[1]
Father: Walkelin de Ferrieres

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Edmund de Mortimer,was holding at his death in 1304, 3 carucates in Wheatenhurst, Gloucs., the manor of Mappowder, Dorset, and one knight's fee in Molland, Devon. These places occur in the list of benefactions made by Robert de Rumilly to the abbey of Troarn. In addition, the Mortimers were holding other former le Meschin properties in Kimbolton, Hunts., Great Billing, Northants., and Great Caldy, Cheshire.[EYC VII, p.7-9]
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> Another related DD error is that on p.777 the heirs of Gundreda de
Warenne d.1224 are stated to be her daughters Joan de Neville and Margery de Breaute. They were in fact her granddaughters being the daughters of Gundreda's daughter, Alice de Curcy, by William III de Curcy of Stogursey. Alice was married first to Henry de Cornhill d.1193, by whom she had Joan, married to Hugh de Nevill, the Forester d.1234. Alice was married secondly to Warin fitz Gerold d.1216, by whom she had Margaret, married first to Baldwin de Redvers d.v.p.1216, and secondly to Faukes de Breate. This is documented in EYC III p.471.
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Rosie
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> > An odd omission in K.S.B. Keats-Rohan's "Domesday descendants" is that in the item on William Meschin on p. 1039, only two daughters (and eventual coheirs) Alice and Avice are mentioned.

> > In the Aumale article in vol 1 of the Complete Peerage the same two were given (p. 353, noted d), but a revised version in vol. 14 added a third daughter Maud, wife first of Philip de Belmeis, of Tong, Salop, and second Hugh de Mortimer, of Wigmore, co. Hereford (citing the articles on Mortimer and Zouche).
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> > And Keats-Rohan does duly identify the wife of Hugh de Mortimer as "Matilda, daughter and coheiress of William le Meschin of Skipton" (p. 601) and Philip de Belmeis as "Matilda, daughter of William le Meschin of Bayeux" (p. 317).
     Maud de Meschin (Belmeis) (Mortimer) married Hugh Mortimer as her second husband. He was of Wigmore, co. Hereford. They had Hugh de Mortimer, who died bef 1181, d.v.p. and Roger de Mortimer, died bef 19 Aug 1214.
     Maud de Meschin (Belmeis) (Mortimer) married Philip de Belmeis. Their children were: Alice, Philip & Ranulf. Maud de Meschin (Belmeis) (Mortimer) was born circa 1110?. She was the daughter of William de Meschin Lord of Copeland and Cecily de Romelli.
     Maud died. As she didn't inherit with her sisters it is assumed that she died young, however Farrer gives her first husband as Philip de Belmeis of Tong, Shropshire, and her second as Hugh de Mortimer of Wigmore, co. Hereford, who died 1180-81.

Rafe or Ralph de Meschin

( - between 1135 and 1140)
     Rafe or Ralph de Meschin was also known as Ranulf de in records. He was born. Ranulf succeeded his father in the barony of Copeland. He was the son of William de Meschin Lord of Copeland and Cecily de Romelli.
     Rafe died between 1135 and 1140. His heirs to his father's lands were his three sisters.

William de Meschin Lord of Copeland

(before 1095 - before 1135)
     William de Meschin Lord of Copeland was born before 1095 in France. He was the younger son of Ranulf, vicomte of the Bessin, by Maud, sister of Hugh, vicomte of the Avranchin and earl of Chester, and so a younger brother of Ranulf meschin, who became earl of Chester in 1120.
Father: Ranulf III of the Bessin (-ca 1129), "le Meschin", Earl of Chester. Mother: Lucia of Alkborough (ca 1070-1141) of Skipton-in-Craven[1] also styled Lord of Copeland.
     William de Meschin Lord of Copeland married Cecily de Romelli, daughter of Robert de Romelli.
     He was given Copeland, Cumberland by King Henry I, to hold by the service of one knight, and he built the castle of Egremont there. He later founded the priory of St Bees, near Egremont...
Lord of Harewood 1120. Lord of Cambridge ante 1139, Lord of Copeland and Egremont, co. Cumberland. His daughters used their mother's name as heiresses.
His elder brother was Ranulph, Earl of Chester who founded Wetherall Priory in Cumberland c1090. Ranulph married Lucy, the widow of Roger Fitzgerold and late the wife of Ivo Taillebois. At the division of the barony of William Meschin all his lands in co. Lincoln, Dorset, Somerset & Devon, with Harewood and its members in Wharfedale Yks, went to the elder heiress, and were known as the barony of William Meschin. His lands in Essex, Berks, Herts, Leics, Cambs & Northants, with the lands in Craven and the wapentake of Strafford, Yorkshire went to Alice the younger co-heiress, and were known as the the honor of Skipton. With these Alice de Rumilly also obtained her father's fee in Copeland and Allerdale in Cumberland.
     The History of Cumberland v. 2, The Abbey of Calden, in the barony of copeland it lists Ranulph Meschines who deeded land 10 Jan 1134 and his brother William Meschines the priori of Bees. Ranulph and brother-in-law William son of Duncan confirm a land grant to the abbey by Cecily (of above) along with Beatrice de Molle who bestowed to the monks 5 oxgangs in Little Gilcrux and 1/4 of the Mill in Great Gilcrux confirmed by Adam son of Uchtred her Uncle, as the gift of William, his nephew as the charter of said William son of Liolf de Molle testified".
     William died before 1135.

Children of William de Meschin Lord of Copeland and Cecily de Romelli

James Metcalf

     James Metcalf married Susannah Davis circa 1743.

Child of James Metcalf and Susannah Davis

James Metcalf

(13 November 1743 - before 10 January 1806)
     James Metcalf was also known as Midcalf in records. He was christened on 13 November 1743 in Walsham le Willows, Suffolk. He was the son of James Metcalf and Susannah Davis.
     James Metcalf married Isabella Mothersole, daughter of John Mothersole and Catherine Dandy, on 24 December 1767 in Suffolk.
     James died before 10 January 1806 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was buried on 10 January 1806 in Hessett.

Child of James Metcalf and Isabella Mothersole

Mary Metcalf

(before May 1768 - 8 May 1825)
     Mary Metcalf was also known as Medcalfe in records. She was born before May 1768 in Suffolk. A Mary Mitcalf was christened 9 June? 1774 at Norton, daughter of Ambrose & Mary, but a Mary Metcalf married Edward Hawkings there in 1803. Her age at death suggests c 1768.. She was the daughter of James Metcalf and Isabella Mothersole.
     Mary Metcalf married John Bland, son of Luke Bland and Mary Seadon, on 5 December 1796 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.      
Mary Metcalf claimed settlement at St James Bury St Edmunds on 2 January 1801 from Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Settlement examination of John Bland of the parish of St Mary 2 Jan 1801. Born in parish of St James, aged 25 or thereabouts, lawful place of settlement is in St James by his parents being legally settled there. By Mary his present wife he has one child named Elizabeth aged 17 months or thereabouts. (X).
     Mary was buried on 8 May 1825 in Hessett, Suffolk.

Children of Mary Metcalf and John Bland

Margaret Metcalfe

(before 1655 - before 20 December 1690)
     Margaret Metcalfe was born before 1655 in Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of George Metcalfe, of Northallerton, co. York.
     Margaret Metcalfe married Daniel Lascelles, son of Francis Lascelles, on 22 August 1672 in Northallerton, Yorkshire.
     Margaret died before 20 December 1690. She was buried on 20 December 1690 in England.

Children of Margaret Metcalfe and Daniel Lascelles