Sir Walter Moyle

( - circa 1470)
     Sir Walter Moyle was born. He was the third son.. Walter was a judge. He was the son of Thomas Moyle.
     In 1454 he was resident at Eastwell in Kent and was commissioner for Kent to raise money for the defence of Calais. He was a reader at Gray's Inn, in 1443 becoming a Sergeant at Law, and a King's Sergeant in 1454. In the same year he was the bearer of a message from the lords tot he commons, refusing to interfere on behalf of the speaker Thorpe, imprisoned by process of law, and on 9 July he was appointed a Judge of the King's Bench. This office he held until his death. In 1459, 1460 and 1461 he was appointed by Parliament a trier of petitions from Gascony and parts abroad. He was one of those knighted in 1465 on the occasion of the coronation of Edward VI's queen Elizabeth. He died about 1470 seized of numerous lands in Devonshire and Somerset. Through his wife Margaret he acquired the manor of Stevenston in Devonshire..
     Sir Walter Moyle married Margaret Unknown (Moyle).
     Sir Walter Moyle lived at Eastwell, Kent, England, 1454.
     Walter died circa 1470.
     His will was proved on 31 July 1480.

Child of Sir Walter Moyle and Margaret Unknown (Moyle)

William Ellery Moyle

(1889 - )
     William Ellery Moyle was born in 1889 in St Kilda, Victoria. He was the son of James Ellery Moyle and Rebecca Colbert.

Elizabeth Mudd

(before April 1829 - )
     Elizabeth Mudd was born before April 1829 in Battisford, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Mudd married Robert Grimwood, son of Jonathan Grimwood and Dinah Steff, on 19 August 1855 in Battisford, Suffolk. Robert Grimwood, bachelor, full age, of this parish, labourer, son of John Grimwood, labourer, to Elizabeth Mudd, daughter of William Mudd, labourer.
     Elizabeth Mudd and Robert Grimwood appeared on the 1861 census in Battisford. Robert Grimwood, 32, labourer, born Creeting St Mary, his wife Elizabeth 31 born Battisford , children Walter 10, Robert 8, both born at Barham, William 4 & Mary Ann 1 both born at Battisford, with his unmarried sister Hannah Grimwood, aged 40 born Combs, dumb - struck through. Her occupation column shows: N S A/O 18.3. They were living next door to the Mudd family.
     Elizabeth Mudd and Robert Grimwood appeared on the 1881 census in Chapel Farm, Ringshall, Suffolk. Robert aged 52, (ag) labourer, born Creeting, with his wife Elizabeth aged 52 born Battisford, his son Walter aged 28 born Battisford, William aged 24, both labourers, daughter Sarah aged 9 all unmarried and born in Battisford, and grandson George aged Ringshall.

Children of Elizabeth Mudd and Robert Grimwood

Mary Mudge

(circa 1807 - )
     Mary Mudge was born circa 1807 in Bovey Tracey, Devon.
     The marriage of Mary Mudge and Thomas Ruby, son of John Ruby and Elizabeth Carpenter, was registered in Newton Abbot RD, Devon, in the March 1849? Quarter. A Thomas Ruby married in Mar 1849 at Newton Abbott RD Louisa Augusta Lindsey - the Western Times on Sat 17 Feb 1849 reported Marriage: Feb 11, in the Abbey Road Independent Chapel, Torquay, Mr Thomas Ruby of Abbotskerwell, to Miss L Lindsey, or Mar 1845 in Exeter RD to a Mary Westaway. A Mary Ann Mudge married Sep qtr 1845 in Newton Abbott. Mary Westaway aged 35 was a general servant in Newton Abbott in 1841 and is not identifiable there in 1851.
Louisa Lindsay aged 20 was living with Rebecca Burn (20) in the 1841 census at Abbey Place, Tor Moham - occupation illegible but probably female servant.
     Mary Mudge and Thomas Ruby were recorded on the 1851 census in Courtenay Street, Newton Abbot, Wolborough. Thomas Ruby, hd, married, 36, coachbuilder and wheelwright, born Abbotskerswell; Mary Ruby, wife aged 44, grocer, born Bovey Tracey; Elizabeth Mudge, mother-in-law. wid. 76, Elizabeth Mudge, sister-in-law, unmarried, 46, housekeeper, both born Bovey Tracey; Maria Turner, servant, unmarried, 33, house servant, born Preston.

Elizabeth Muil

     Elizabeth Muil married Samuel Emslie on 30 March 1806 in Midmar, Aberdeenshire. At Glenmuick, Tullich & Glengair parish on 30 March 1806: Robert Muil from Auchnaminee having given the Session Clek a pawn which was given the Treasurer by him; for Elizabeth Muil there and Samuel Emslie in the parish of Midmar: and were accordingly acclaimed. In the Midmar register: Samuel Emslie of this parish & Elizabeth Muil were contracted in order for marriage and married. It was also indexed as 30 Nov 1805 at Midmar..
     Elizabeth Muil and Samuel Emslie were mentioned in a deed dated 24 April 1824 in Linton, Cluny, Aberdeenshire. Deed of settlement of Samuel Emslie - appoints George Emslie, farmer in mill of Kenmay, Joseph Emslie of Camphill, merchant in Tarland; Alexander Emslie residing in Aberdeen; and the Rev Francis Muil one of the teachers in Gadins? Hospital as trustees and they to pay his wife Elizabeth Muil or Emslie an annuity of £50, has two sons - minors, dated 24 April 1824.
     Her will was proved on 24 April 1854 at Aberdeenshire. Inventory of Mrs Elizabeth Emslie or Muil, relict of Samuel Emslie of Tullochvenus.

Children of Elizabeth Muil and Samuel Emslie

Sarah Ann Mulch

(before April 1843 - September 1903?)
     Sarah Ann Mulch was born before April 1843 in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.
     Sarah Ann Mulch married William Stancer, son of John Stancer and Mary Withernwick, in 1866 in Holy Trinity, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.
     Sarah Ann Mulch and William Stancer appeared on the 1881 census in 2 Barker's Entry, Kingston upon Hull, Holy Trinity & St Mary, Yorkshire. William Stancer, head, married 35, painter born Hull; Sarah A, wife aged 38; Emily 13, Martha M aged 12, daughters & scholars; Jemima Marshall, widow, aged 66, born Hull, relative & annuitant was living with them.
     Sarah's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1903? In Hull, Humber SD, Yorkshire.

Children of Sarah Ann Mulch and William Stancer

Aileen Margaret Mulcock

(19 February 1908 - 4 March 1941)
     Aileen Margaret Mulcock was born on 19 February 1908 in Christchurch, New Zealand. She was the daughter of William Everard Mulcock and Ruth Whitla Bowker. Aileen was a nurse.
     Aileen died on 4 March 1941 in Christchurch, aged 33.

Berys Mary Mulcock

(7 June 1925 - 2003)
     Berys Mary Mulcock was born on 7 June 1925 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Cyril Charles Mulcock and Hilda Steele.
     Berys died in 2003 in New Zealand.

Clarice Everard Mulcock

(24 June 1906 - 1995)
     Clarice Everard Mulcock was born on 24 June 1906 in Christchurch, New Zealand. She was the daughter of William Everard Mulcock and Ruth Whitla Bowker. Clarice was a nurse.
     Clarice died in 1995 in New Zealand.

Cyril Charles Mulcock

(24 July 1900 - 1986)
     Cyril Charles Mulcock was born on 24 July 1900 in New Zealand. He was the son of Frederick Mulcock and Theresa Bowker.
     Cyril Charles Mulcock married Hilda Steele in 1924 in New Zealand.
     Cyril Charles Mulcock married secondly Ruth Layton Mulcock in 1941 in New Zealand.
     Cyril died in 1986 in New Zealand.

Child of Cyril Charles Mulcock and Hilda Steele

Edward Mulcock

(12 February 1837 - 1915)
     Edward Mulcock was born on 12 February 1837 in Hatfield Peverel, Essex, England.
     The Cyclopedia of New Zealand states: Mulcock, Edward, Farmer, “Peverel Place,” Flaxton, Mr. Mulcock was born at Hatfield Peverels, Essex, England, in 1857 [sic], and was educated at Great Baddow Grammar School. He came to New Zealand in 1860, after being in business for three years in Australia. Coming from an old farming stock, Mr Mulcock struck out in that direction, and in stock-dealing. At different times he has brought large quantities of stock from the Nelson and Marlborough districts. His farm is one of the best and most complete in the district, and has all been reclaimed from very rough swamp land. Mr Mulcock is chairman of the Mandeville River Board, having been a member of the board since its formation, and has taken a prominent interest in educational and church matters, being a member of the Anglican synod. He was married in 1861 to a daughter of Mr Charles Thompson, of Cambridge, England, and has seven sons and eight daughters, all born in the Colony. Three of his sons are settled on farms at Waimate, and amongst them have 1800 acres of first-class land.
     Edward Mulcock married Thirza Thompson on 10 July 1860 in Adelaide, South Australia. They had 17 children. Edward Mulcock was buried in Flaxton, Canterbury, New Zealand.
     Edward died in 1915 in New Zealand.

Children of Edward Mulcock and Thirza Thompson

Frederick Mulcock

(1864? - 1936)
     Frederick Mulcock was born in 1864? In New Zealand. He is probably the un-named male born in 1864 in NZ, otherwise there is no registration for him in New Zealand under that name. He was the son of Edward Mulcock and Thirza Thompson.
     Frederick Mulcock married Theresa Bowker, daughter of Charles Bowker and Anna Elizabeth Whitla, on 12 October 1899 in Timaru, New Zealand.
     Frederick died in 1936 in New Zealand.

Children of Frederick Mulcock and Theresa Bowker

Kathleen Everard Mulcock

(1903 - )
     Kathleen Everard Mulcock was born in 1903 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Frederick Mulcock and Theresa Bowker.
     Kathleen Everard Mulcock married Lawrence Ethelbert Melsop in 1926 in New Zealand.

Children of Kathleen Everard Mulcock and Lawrence Ethelbert Melsop

Kenneth Frederick Mulcock

(1905 - 1938)
     Kenneth Frederick Mulcock was born in 1905 in New Zealand. He was the son of Frederick Mulcock and Theresa Bowker.
     Kenneth died in 1938 in New Zealand.

Mavis Clare Mulcock

(22 April 1909 - 23 February 1983)
     Mavis Clare Mulcock was born on 22 April 1909 in Christchurch, New Zealand. She was the daughter of William Everard Mulcock and Ruth Whitla Bowker.
     Mavis Clare Mulcock married William Pappril Neeve on 22 August 1936 in New Zealand. He was possibly known as Alan.
     Mavis Clare Mulcock married Austin James Harris on 3 August 1966 in New Zealand.
     Mavis died on 23 February 1983 in Christchurch, aged 73.

Ruth Layton Mulcock

(7 January 1912 - 1988)
     Ruth Layton Mulcock was born on 7 January 1912 in Christchurch, New Zealand. She was the daughter of William Everard Mulcock and Ruth Whitla Bowker.
     Ruth Layton Mulcock married Cyril Charles Mulcock as his second wife, in 1941 in New Zealand.
     Ruth died in 1988 in Tauranga, New Zealand.

William Everard Mulcock

(5 July 1879 - 13 December 1945)
     William Everard Mulcock was born on 5 July 1879 in New Zealand. He is likely to be the brother of Frederick who married his wife's sister. He was the son of Edward Mulcock and Thirza Thompson.
     William Everard Mulcock married Ruth Whitla Bowker, daughter of Charles Bowker and Anna Elizabeth Whitla, on 30 March 1905 in Timaru, New Zealand.
     William died on 13 December 1945 in New Zealand aged 66.

Children of William Everard Mulcock and Ruth Whitla Bowker

Elizabeth Mullenex

     Elizabeth Mullenex married John Chase on 21 July 1668 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. Elizabeth was present at James Chase's christening on 20 August 1668 in St Michael, Bridgetown Barbados.

Child of Elizabeth Mullenex and John Chase

Amy Mullenger

(25 January 1811 - 5 January 1855)
     Amy Mullenger was born on 25 January 1811 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. She was christened on 22 March 1812 in Stowmarket.
     Amy Mullenger married William Seadon, son of James Seaton and Ann Snell, on 12 April 1830 in Woolpit, Suffolk.
     Amy died on 5 January 1855 in Woolpit, Suffolk, aged 43. She was buried on 11 January 1855 in Woolpit.

Child of Amy Mullenger and William Seadon

Biddy Mulley

(29 May 1800? - June 1852)
     Biddy Mulley was also known as Bridget in records. She was born on 29 May 1800?. Biddy Mulley, daughter of Caleb & Mary baptised at Langham St Mary.
     Biddy Mulley married John Cocksedge on 3 September 1820 in Elmswell, Suffolk.
     Biddy Mulley appeared on the 1841 census in Westhorpe, Suffolk. The page has been damaged and the birth county is not visible.
     Biddy's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1852 in Hartismere RD, Suffolk.

Children of Biddy Mulley and John Cocksedge

Mary Mulley

(12 April 1741 - before 29 June 1784)
     Mary Mulley was christened on 12 April 1741 in Norton, Suffolk. She was the daughter of William & Rebeckah Mulley.
     Mary Mulley married James Seaton, son of Thomas Seaton and Mildred Lorrimer, on 2 June 1776 in Norton, Suffolk.
     Mary died before 29 June 1784 in Woolpit, Suffolk. She was buried on 29 June 1784 in Woolpit.

Children of Mary Mulley and James Seaton

Sophia Mulley

(5 May 1802 - before 9 February 1867)
     Sophia Mulley was born on 5 May 1802 in Norton, Suffolk. Sophy, the daughter of James Mulley and Elizabeth Wilding. She was christened on 13 June 1802 in Norton.
     Sophia Mulley married George Cock on 27 February 1823 in Thurston. He was of Woolpit and they were both single. She also appears to have had children William Mulley aged 22 and Betsy Mulley aged 15-20 in the 1841 census.
     Sophia Cock married John Cocksedge as her second husband, on 24 April 1827 in Woolpit, Suffolk. They were described as single in the register but the banns state that she was a widow.
     Sophia Mulley and John Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in Woolpit. John Cocksedge 34, ag. lab, Sophia ditto aged 38, James ditto aged 13, Emma ditto aged 11, Betsy ditto aged 5, John ditto aged 3, Susanna ditto aged 9 months, all born in the county.
     Sophia Mulley and John Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Woolpit, Suffolk. John Cocksedge, aged 45, born Lane Dill Hills, Essex; Sophia Cocksedge, aged 48, born Norton, with 4 children - James 22, Elizabeth 16, John 13, Susanna aged 10, all born at Drinkstone.
     Sophia Mulley and John Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Woolpit. John Cocksedge 55, agl. lab. born Landen Hills, Essex with his wife Sophia aged 59 born Norton, and unmarried son John 21, ag. labourer and daughter Susannah aged 20, both born Woolpit.
     Sophia died before 9 February 1867 in Woolpit, Suffolk. She was buried on 9 February 1867 in Woolpit.

Child of Sophia Mulley and George Cock

Children of Sophia Mulley and John Cocksedge

Sophia Mulley

(26 February 1798 - before 31 January 1884)
     Sophia Mulley was born on 26 February 1798 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was christened on 27 May 1798 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Sophia Mulley married Richard Bullett, son of John Bullett and Ann Ward, on 12 October 1818 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     Sophia Mulley and Richard Bullett appeared on the 1841 census in Rougham Green, Rougham. Richard Bullett 40 ag. lab; Sophia Bullett 40, Mary Bullett 14; Samuel 11 ag.lab; Harriett 9; Frances 4; Richard 2; all born Suffolk.
     Sophia Mulley and Richard Bullett were recorded on the 1851 census in Rougham, Suffolk. Richard Bullett, aged 52, farm labourer, born Rougham, with family, Sophia, 53, born BSE, Harriett, aged 19. Frances aged 14, Richard aged 11; with Benjamin Last son-in-law 26, carpenter, born Bradfield St George, Sarah Last, daughter 26, born Rougham adn Selina?, grand daughter, 9 months, born Rougham.
     Sophia Mulley and Richard Bullett appeared on the 1861 census in Rougham. Richard Bullett, 62, ag. lab., with his wife Sophia aged 63, married daughter Mary Ann Bantick 33 and grandchildren Jane 9 & Samuel 6 Bullett, all born at Rougham. Sophia Bullett was listed as Alfred Lock's mother in the 1871 census. Alfred Lock 36, ag. labourer, Harriet Lock 38, Maryann Lock 10, Ellen Lock 9, William Lock 7, Herbert Lock 6, Emma Lock 4, Albert Lock 1, Sophia Bullett 73, Samuel Bullett 16, stepson, ag. labourer, Edith Bullett 2, step-daughter's? child; all born at Rougham except Sophia born Bury St Edmunds.
     Sophia Mulley appeared on the 1881 census in the Alms House, Rougham. Sophia Bullett, widow, aged 83, annuitant, born Bury St Edmunds.
     Sophia died before 31 January 1884 in the Almshouse, Rougham, Suffolk. She was buried on 31 January 1884 in Rougham.

Children of Sophia Mulley and Richard Bullett

Mary Mullowney

(before 1825 - )
     Mary Mullowney was born before 1825.
     Mary Mullowney married Charles Rubie, son of Richard Ruby, in 1841 in St Francis Roman Catholic church, Melbourne, Victoria.

Ann Mully

(circa 1670 - before 5 November 1710)
     Ann Mully was born circa 1670 in Suffolk. She may be the Ann Mully, daughter of William & Ann, baptised 6 April 1681 at Langham.
     Ann Mully married Benjamin Batt, son of John Batt and Dorothy Sturgen, in 1701 in Combs, Suffolk.
     Ann died before 5 November 1710 in Rattlesden, Suffolk. She was buried on 5 November 1710 in Rattlesden. wife of Benjamin Batt.

Child of Ann Mully and Benjamin Batt

William Mundale

     William Mundale married Janet Dunbar, daughter of Patrick Dunbar and Margaret Gordon.

Child of William Mundale and Janet Dunbar

Andrew Munro

     Andrew died in Nigg, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
     Andrew Munro lived at Culnauld, Nigg, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Andrew Monro and Euphemia Dunbar.

Andrew Munro (problem text)

( - circa 1590)
     Andrew Munro (problem text) was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of George Munro.
     Andrew died circa 1590 in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Child of Andrew Munro (problem text)

Donald Munro

     Donald Munro lived at Tarlogie, Tain, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of George Munro.

Finguella (Florence) Munro

(circa 1561 - 1617)
     Finguella (Florence) Munro was born circa 1561. She was the daughter of Robert XV of Fowlis.
     Finguella (Florence) Munro married Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle), son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Elizabeth Stewart.
     Finguella died in 1617 in Ross & Cromarty.

Children of Finguella (Florence) Munro and Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle)