Elvie Eileen Missen

     Elvie Eileen Missen married Allan Bland, son of Walter George Bland and Daisy Beatrice Horton, in 1940 in Victoria. MISSEN-BLAND-The engagement is announced of Elvie Eileen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Missen, of Yarram, to Allan, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bland, of Briar-Vale, Alberton (30 Sep 1939).

Dr Arthur Martin Mitchell

( - 12 April 1936)
     Dr Arthur Martin Mitchell was born in England. Arthur was a doctor in Guildford, Surrey.
     Dr Arthur Martin Mitchell married Mary Evelyn Hebbert, daughter of Francis Henry Hebbert and Rosa Frances Dempster, on 3 July 1902 in Guildford, Surrey. On July 3 at Holy Trinity Church Guildford ... Arthur Martin Mitchell, MA, MD, BC, DPH Cantab; youngest son of the late Rev Walter Mitchell, Vicar of Purton, Wilt., to Mary Evelyn, eldest daughter of the late Francis Henry Hebbert, ICS, and granddaughter of Mrs Dempster, of Glenthorpe, Guildford.
     Arthur died on 12 April 1936 in Tower House, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. He was of Portsmouth and formerly of Guildford and left an estate of over £33000. He was cremated at Southampton and had a committal service in Guildford.

Child of Dr Arthur Martin Mitchell and Mary Evelyn Hebbert

Barbara Mitchell

(14 February 1798 - before 27 August 1869)
     Barbara Mitchell was born on 14 February 1798 in Kennethmont, Aberdeenshire.
     Barbara Mitchell married James Emslie, son of Peter Emslie and Mary Law, on 20 September 1824 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire.
     Barbara Mitchell and James Emslie appeared on the 1841 census in Backbrae, Premnay. James Emslie aged 55, farmer, Barbara aged 45, James 14, Mary 12, William 12, Alex 10, Ann 8, Barbara 6, John & George aged 4, Isabel 2, and Robert aged 5 months. In the next household but same building are Peter Emslie aged 25, ag. lab., with Alex Gray, Ag. lab, 35; William Davidson, aged 15, ag. lab., and Margaret Meldrum aged 15, F.S.
     Barbara Mitchell and James Emslie were recorded on the 1851 census in Premnay. James Emslie, aged 65, farmer of 80 acres, born at Tullynessle with his wife Barbara aged 55, born Kinnethmont, William aged 21, Alexander aged 19, both ag. labs, Ann aged 17 & Barbara aged 15, both house servants, John aged 13, ag. lab, George 13, Isabel 11, & Robert 9, all scholars, all born at Premnay.
     Barbara Mitchell and James Emslie appeared on the 1861 census in Premnay. James Emslie, 75, head, born Tullynessle, farmer of 80 acres employing 4 labourers, with his wife Barabara 63, born Kinethmont, and children Alexander 28, born Premnay, Ann 25, ditto, George 22, ditto, Isobel 20, ditto, Ann 1, grand daughter, born Premnay, and John Watt aged 13 and George Anderson aged 15, farm servants.
     Barbara died before 27 August 1869 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire.
     Her will was proved on 27 August 1869 at Aberdeen. Barbara Emslie alias Mitchell, residing at Backbrae in the parish of Premnay, widow of James Emslie, farmer, inventory.

Children of Barbara Mitchell and James Emslie

Elizabeth Mitchell

     Elizabeth Mitchell married George Albert Rich, son of Frederick Rich and Elizabeth Unknown, on 5 June 1911 in All Hallows, Almondbury, Yorkshire. They were both single, aged 31 & 29, he was a collierof Darfield, son of Frederick, horsekeeper; she was the daughter of Tom Mitchell, deceased, publican.

Frederick Adam Mitchell

     Frederick Adam Mitchell married Mary Ann Popplewell, daughter of Edward Popplewell and Sarah Skill, on 25 May 1813 in All Hallows, Tottenham, Middlesex. She was aged 26 - wtinesses were Sarah & Edward POPPLEWELL. Presumably the sister, Sarah, who later married the widower in 1821.
     Frederick Adam Mitchell married secondly Sarah Popplewell on 28 June 1821 in Cripplegate, London. Her son Charles MITCHELL, had a son Arthur Popplewell MITCHELL, and her daughter Jane Eliza had child Henry Popplewell MUNNINGS.

James Mitchell

     James Mitchell married daughter Rich, daughter of William Rich and Ann? Unknown, before 1599 in Yorkshire.

Lydia Mitchell

     Lydia Mitchell married John Rithe in 1695 in DOM, Surrey.

Robert Mitchell

     Robert Mitchell married Mary Emslie, daughter of James Emslie and Barbara Mitchell, on 3 August 1850 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Robert Walter Benbow Mitchell

(1909 - )
     Robert Walter Benbow Mitchell was born in 1909 in England. He was the son of Dr Arthur Martin Mitchell and Mary Evelyn Hebbert.

Velma Christine Mitchell

     Velma Christine Mitchell married William Arthur Ricks, son of William Henry Ricks and Harriet Marie Bell.

Anna Maria Mitford

( - 8 July 1868)
     Anna Maria Mitford married Miles Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker and Dorothy Monkhouse, on 8 March 1800 in Mitford, Northumberland.
     Anna died on 8 July 1868 in South Africa.

Children of Anna Maria Mitford and Miles Bowker

George Mizen

(circa 1800 - )
     George Mizen was born circa 1800 in England.

Mary Moat

(circa 1824 - before 1891?)
     Mary Moat was born circa 1824 in Thurston, Suffolk.
     Mary Moat married William Cocksedge as his second wife, on 8 May 1858 in Thurston, Suffolk.
     Mary Moat and William Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Planch, Thurston. William Cocksedge, head, 64, ag. lab., born Hessett with his wife Mary, aged 37, and grandson Daniel Cocksedge, 19, ag. lab. and daughter Susannah aged 2, Frederick L/S Moat, step son aged 7, all born Thurston.
     Mary Moat and William Cocksedge appeared on the 1871 census in Beyton Rd, Thurston. William Cocksedge, head, 77, ag. lab., born Hessett with his wife Mary, aged 47 and daughter Susannah aged 12, son Thomas 9, and daughter Mary Ann, 7, all born at Thurston. Daniel and his wife are living next door.
     Mary Moat appeared on the 1881 census in Thurston. Mary Cocksedge, head, widow, 57, laundress, with her children Thomas 19, butcher (out of employ) and mary Ann 17, domestic servant, all born at Thurston.
     Mary died before 1891?. None of the children are identifiable in 1891 so they may have emigrated.

Children of Mary Moat and William Cocksedge

Mercy Mockett

(before April 1818 - 26 July 1888)
     Mercy Mockett was born before April 1818 in Alciston, Sussex.
     The marriage of Mercy Mockett and William Shaw Denman, son of William Denman, was registered in Lewes RD, in the December 1841 quarter.
     Mercy Mockett and William Shaw Denman appeared on the 1871 census in Willingdon. William Denman, head, 59, blacksmith, born Bolney, Sussex & his wife Mercy, aged 54, born Alciston, with lodgers Henry & Jane Hall, and a daughter Catherine J Hall (but amended in transcript to Denman), unmarried, 20, born Southwick, Sussex.
     Mercy Mockett appeared on the 1881 census in Willingdon. Mary Denman, head, widow, aged 63, born Allceston, Sussex, with her sister Esther Mockett, widow, aged 62, born Allceston, and Frederick J Pitcher, unmarried, 28, a lodger, a Land agent's clerk, born Wartling, Sussex.
     Mercy died on 26 July 1888 in Willingdon, Sussex.
     Her will was proved on 18 August 1888 at Sussex. Mercy Denman, personal effects £291/15s. The will of Mercy Denman, late of Willingdon, Sussex, widow, who died 26 July 1888 at Willingdon, proved at Lewes by Thomas Martin, sub-postmaster & Edwin Mockett, blacksmith, the nephew, both of Willingdon, the executors.

Unknown Moffat

     Unknown Moffat married Lyla May Colbert (Moffat?), daughter of John Colbert and Mary Jane Robertson.

Margaret Moggenwood

(before 1575 - before 15 January 1647)
     Margaret Moggenwood was born before 1575 in Hampshire, England.
     Margaret Moggenwood married William Ryther, son of Unknown Ryther, on 13 July 1589 in Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire.
     Margaret Moggenwood made a will dated 10 December 1646 in Finchampstead, Berkshire. The wll of Margaret Ryther, widow, l mentions her sons William, Richard & Nicholas and daughters Margaret, Elizabeth & Ann?
     Margaret died before 15 January 1647.
     Her will was proved on 15 January 1647 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Margaret Moggenwood and William Ryther

John Mohun Lord of Dunster

Child of John Mohun Lord of Dunster

Margaret Mohun

( - before 1362)
     Margaret Mohun married John Carew Lord of Moulesford, son of John Carew and Joan Talbot. Margaret Mohun was the daughter of John Mohun Lord of Dunster.
     Margaret died before 1362.

Child of Margaret Mohun and John Carew Lord of Moulesford

Reginald Mohun

     Reginald Mohun married Mary Killigrew, daughter of Sir Henry Killigrew and Katherine Cooke, circa 7 September 1589 in London, England. 1589 Sep 7, Reginald Moone [i.e. Mohun] Esq., now of City of London, son & heir of Sir __ Moone, kt. & Mary Killigrew spinster, daughter of Henry Killigrew of St Margaret Lothbury, London, Esq. General Licence Harleian Society v.25 London Marriage licences 1520-1610, p.181.

Major General Arthur Molesworth

( - 7 January 1843)
     Major General Arthur Molesworth was born. He was of the East India Company in 1820. He married Mary Kearney and had issue: Hickman Thomas b: 1820 (General); Robert Francis b: 1826 (Rev); Gertrude b. 1807?; Mary ; Emma ; Selina Hase; Agnes Maria b. 1810? married 12 Oct 1847 Rev. Charles Richard de Havilland. He was the son of Robert Molesworth and Elizabeth Rose.
     Major General Arthur Molesworth was mentioned in the will of Capt Jonas Rose dated before June 1820.
     Arthur died on 7 January 1843.

Arthur H Molesworth

(1860 - )
     Arthur H Molesworth was born in 1860 in Northbourne, Kent. He was the son of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton. Mary, Francis, John, Ernest and Arthur were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1861 census in Betteshanger Parsonage, Northbourne, Kent. Mary, Arthur and Eleanor were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1871 census in the Vicarage, Todmorden, Lancashire.

Eleanor Jane Molesworth

(March 1862 - )
     Eleanor Jane Molesworth's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1862 in Eastry RD, Kent. She was the daughter of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton. Mary, Arthur and Eleanor were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1871 census in the Vicarage, Todmorden, Lancashire.

Ernest H Molesworth

(circa 1859 - )
     Mary and Ernest were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1881 census in Washington, Durham. Ernest H Molesworth was born circa 1859 in Northbourne, Kent. He was the son of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton. Mary, Francis, John, Ernest and Arthur were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1861 census in Betteshanger Parsonage, Northbourne, Kent.

Francis Hilton Molesworth

(March 1854 - )
     Francis Hilton Molesworth's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1854 in Ramsgate, Thanet RD, Kent. He was the son of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton. Mary, Francis, John, Ernest and Arthur were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1861 census in Betteshanger Parsonage, Northbourne, Kent.

Hickman Molesworth

(23 February 1842 - 18 July 1907)
     Hickman Molesworth was born on 23 February 1842 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Robert Molesworth and Henrietta Johnston.
     He was a judge. The family migrated to Victoria in 1852 and Hickman studied law at the University of Melbourne, being called to the Bar in April 1864. On 9 July 1868 he married Eliza Emily (d.1881), daughter of William Rutledge, at Warrnambool; on 15 June 1882 he married Alice Henrietta Peck at Sale. Molesworth built up a reputation defending criminal cases, and his personal popularity with juries was such that some brought in verdicts 'for Mr Molesworth'. He was appointed to the County Court bench in December 1883, becoming permanent judge of the Insolvency Court soon after.
There he fought the abuse of the insolvency system by land speculators that aggravated the depression of the 1890s. Whenever he could legitimately do so Molesworth would refuse approval of secret compositions arranged with their creditors by insolvents applying for release from sequestration. In 1895, when he refused an application from J. M. Davies for his brother's discharge, he pointed out that, as County Court judges were dependent on parliament for their salary, the application would better be made before independent judges of the Supreme Court. In the storm that followed Molesworth was reprimanded by the attorney-general but in his public reply revealed that the Crown Law Department was attempting to remove him and that a request from County Court judges in 1894 for a guarantee of freedom from political interference had received no reply. Supported by public and judiciary, Molesworth remained in his position and in 1896 was appointed special commissioner to investigate the collapse of the City of Melbourne Bank. He was chairman of the Metropolitan Licensing Court, of General Sessions and the Court of Mines, and, during 1891, an acting justice of the Supreme Court.
Known for his lively personality and optimistic and cheerful nature, he was of a mediating and tolerant disposition. Picturesque and unconventional, especially in his dress, he refused to robe for court. Even as a judge he enjoyed socializing with the Bar and showed 'palpable relief' upon being 'freed of the judicial harness' when court rose. A member of the Melbourne Club from 1872, Molesworth was a keen rider to hounds and enjoyed shooting. In 1893 he became a committee-member of the Charity Organisation Society.
In 1907 on medical advice Molesworth took leave and sailed for Queensland.
     Hickman died of cirrhosis of the liver on 18 July 1907 aged 65. On board R.M.S. Omrah on 18 July 1907, and after a service at St Columb's Church, Hawthorn, was buried in Boroondara cemetery. His wife and their three children, and four of his first marriage, survived him.

Hickman Blayney Molesworth

(1773 - 1844)
     Hickman Blayney Molesworth was born in 1773. He was the son of Robert Molesworth and Elizabeth Rose.
     Hickman Blayney Molesworth married Wilhelmina Dorothea Hone in January 1806.
     Hickman Blayney Molesworth was mentioned in the will of Capt Jonas Rose dated before June 1820.
     Hickman Blayney Molesworth lived at Summer Hill, Dublin, between 1823 and 1827. Miss Gertrude Molesworth (his niece) was a passenger from the Bengal Presidency, and sureties for the £200 bond dated 10 Mar 1823 were Hickman B Molesworth, Summer Hill, Dublin, Solicitor. John Inman, Little Tower Street, Merchant. In March 1827 he was also surety for Jane Molesworth, Lower Rutland Street, Dublin, widow.
     Hickman died in 1844.

Child of Hickman Blayney Molesworth and Wilhelmina Dorothea Hone

John H Molesworth

(circa 1856 - )
     John H Molesworth was born circa 1856 in Ramsgate, Kent. He was the son of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton. Mary, Francis, John, Ernest and Arthur were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1861 census in Betteshanger Parsonage, Northbourne, Kent.

Mary Agnes Molesworth

(circa 1853 - )
     Mary and Ernest were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1881 census in Washington, Durham. Mary Agnes Molesworth was born circa 1853 in Ickham, Kent. She was the daughter of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton. Mary, Francis, John, Ernest and Arthur were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1861 census in Betteshanger Parsonage, Northbourne, Kent. Mary, Arthur and Eleanor were listed as the children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth in the 1871 census in the Vicarage, Todmorden, Lancashire.

Mary Jane Sophia Molesworth

(1854 - 1855)
     Mary Jane Sophia Molesworth was born in 1854 in St Kilda, Victoria. She was the daughter of Robert Molesworth and Henrietta Johnston.
     Mary died in 1855 in St Kilda, Victoria.

Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth

(17 January 1827 - 6 January 1906)
     Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth appeared on the 1881 census in Washington, Durham. Rennell FW Molesworth 54, Rector, Frances E Molesworth 47, Mary A. Molesworth 28, Ernest H. Molesworth 22, plus family from his second marriage. He was born on 17 January 1827 in Millbrook, Hampshire. He was the son of John Edward Nassau Molesworth & Harriet MacKinnon. Rennel was an Anglican clergyman.
     The marriage of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton, daughter of Rev John Hilton and Mary Elizabeth Denne, was registered in Thanet RD, Kent, in the June 1851 quarter.
     Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton appeared on the 1861 census in Betteshanger Parsonage, Northbourne, Kent. R F W Molesworth, head, 34, curate of Betteshanger, born Millicent, Hampshire; Eleanor his wife, 25, born Sarre, Kent, children Mary A 8, Francis H y, John H, 5, Ernest H 2, Arthur H, 10 months, the last two born Northbourn; Elizabeth M G Hilton, niece, 13 born Black Town, Dorset, Mary Eliz. Hilton mother in law, widow, 70. clergyman's widow, born Sarre, Kent; John W D Hilton, nephew, 15, scholar, born Southampton, Hampshire; and a housemaid. Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth was widowed on 12 March 1862 on the death of his wife Eleanor Jane Hilton.
     Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth appeared on the 1871 census in the Vicarage, Todmorden, Lancashire. Rennell F W Molesworth, 44, vicar of Todmorden, born Millbrook, Hants: his wife Frances E, 37, born Benton, Somerset; children Mary Agnes, 18, born Ickham, Kent, Arthur H, 10, born Betteshanger, Kent, Eleanor Jane, 9 ditto, Rodney H 5, ditto, Bertha 3, born Bideford, Devonshire; Harriet Crompton, 51, visitor and Harriet M Crompton, 7, and 4 servants. The Cromptons are probably relatives of Frances.
     Rennel died on 6 January 1906 in Tonbridge RD, Kent, aged 78.

Children of Rev Rennel Francis Wynn Molesworth and Eleanor Jane Hilton