Ellen I Norris

     Ellen I Norris married William Evans Trull as his second wife, on 2 June 1887 in New York, New York, USA.

Howard Norris

     Howard Norris was born in Avenel, Victoria. He stated he was born in Avenel at his marriage, but there is no civil registration for him there.
     Howard Norris married Emily Jane Bird, daughter of William Henry Bird and Emily Cole, in 1882 in Windsor, Victoria.

Child of Howard Norris and Emily Jane Bird

Howard Stanley Norris

(1883 - 1887)
     Howard Stanley Norris was born in 1883 in Prahran, Victoria. He was the son of Howard Norris and Emily Jane Bird.
     Howard died in 1887 in Prahran, Victoria.

James Richard Norris

(19 January 1820 - )
     James Richard Norris was christened on 19 January 1820 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. He was the son of Thomas Heaton Norris and Sarah Elizabeth Dempster.

John Heaton Norris

(6 November 1821 - June 1861)
     John Heaton Norris was born on 6 November 1821. A John Norris, son of Thomas & Sarah was baptised 30 March 1822 at Mitcham. He was the son of Thomas Heaton Norris and Sarah Elizabeth Dempster. John Heaton Norris was christened on 11 January 1837 in St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey.
     The marriage of John Heaton Norris and Mary Ann or Elvia Powell or Boulgarine was registered in Lambeth RD, Surrey, in the March 1855 quarter.
     John's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1861 in Bermondsey RD, Surrey.

Mary Norris

(circa 1766 - before 18 November 1861)
     Mary Norris was born circa 1766 in Chatham, Kent.
     Mary Norris married John Heatherly, son of Robert Heatherly and Ann Smith?, on 14 November 1797 in St Marylebone, Westminster, London. John Heatherly of this parish, bachelor and Mary Norris of the same parish spinster, were married in this church by banns. Both signed in the presence of James Lay and Jane Norris.
     Mary Heatherly and Caroline Lay appeared on the 1841 census in Eastbourne, Sussex. Mary Heatherly, aged 74, librarian, not born in county; Anne Lay aged 46, not born in county, Caroline Lay aged 38 not born in county, with two servants Mary Newman aged 23 & Elizabeth King aged 19, both born in the county.
     Mrs Heatherely advertised the sale of the business of the Ciruclating library, etc. in the Brighton gazette 15 Jun 1848 as a consequence of her declining health..
     29 May 1850: By John Davies Gilbert to John Morris of Eastbourne, watchmaker, of a messuage or lodging house, No. 15 at the Sea houses in Eastbourne, containing in front 27ft. and on the N.E. and N.W. ends, adjoining the dwellinghouse late of Abraham Wood and then to be leased to Barbara Mockett, widow, 17ft. 10in. and on the S.E. adjoining the messuage or tenement in the occupation of Mary Heatherley, 16ft. 7in; the premises being late in the tenure of the executors of Richd. Mockett decd. but then unoccupied. Together with all outhouses, buildings &c. Term, 14 years: rent, £13. 10.
     Mary Norris was recorded on the 1851 census in High Street, Eastbourne, Sussex. Mary Heatherly, head, widow, aged 85, retired librarian & stationer, born Catham [sic], Kent. Emma Lay, niece, unmarried, aged 53, fund holder, born London, Middlesex; Caroline Lay, niece, unmarried, aged 46, fundholder, born London, Middlesex; with a house servant.
     Mary Heatherly appeared on the 1861 census in Church St, Eastbourne. Mary Heatherley, head, widow, 95, retired librarian, born Fulham, Mdx; Ann Lay, niece, unmarried, 54, born London; Caroline Lay, unmarried niece, 55, born London; Henry Lay, nephew unmarried 53, retired stationer, born London; Georgianna Lay, niece, unmarried, 50, born London, with a general servant Ann Paine born Eastbourne.
     Mary died before 18 November 1861 in Eastbourne, Sussex. In 1868, A handbook for visitors to East-Bourne: In regard to the great increase of the Marne part of the town, it may be mentioned that an old inhabitant, who died in 1861, at the age of 100, a Mrs Heatherly, - once stated that in her youth, there were but seven houses at the Sea side. She was buried on 18 November 1861 in St Mary, Eastbourne.

Child of Mary Norris and John Heatherly

Sarah Jane Norris

(circa 1833 - 1 July 1916)
     Sarah Jane Norris was born circa 1833. Sarah was a domestic servant.
     Sarah Jane Norris married John Jeffrey Sargeant, son of John Sergeant and Jane Bartlett, on 1 August 1852 in West Hackney, Middlesex, England.
     Sarah Jane Norris and John Jeffrey Sargeant arrived per "Australasian" on 5 December 1852 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. John Sargent aged 20, married, read & write, Prostestant, native place England, Qualifications Blacksmith labourer or shopman?; Sarah Sargent aged 19, ditto, domestic servant. Disposal list: Date of hiring 13th John Sarjeant & Sarah Sarjent (sic), name & residence of employer- Joseph Moir, Murray St., term of agreement 6 years, rate of wages 50/-, signed by Joseph Moir. The ship departed Plymouth with 221 immigrants.      
Sarah Jane Norris and John Jeffrey Sargeant emigrated from Hobart on 29 July 1859 to Canterbury, New Zealand, per "Oriental". To Canterbury New Zealand with wife & 2 children as steerage passengers on the "Oriental" from Hobart Town 29 July 1859 [Canterbury Museum shipping index].
     Sarah died on 1 July 1916 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Children of Sarah Jane Norris and John Jeffrey Sargeant

Thomas Norris

(19 January 1820 - )
     Thomas Norris was christened on 19 January 1820 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. He was the son of Thomas Heaton Norris and Sarah Elizabeth Dempster.

Thomas Heaton Norris

(16 March 1778 - )
     Thomas Heaton Norris was born on 16 March 1778 in High Holborn, London. He was christened on 13 April 1778 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. He was the son of Thomas & Mary.
     Thomas Heaton Norris and an unknown person obtained a marriage licence on 9 October 1808.
     Thomas Heaton Norris married Sarah Elizabeth Dempster, daughter of James Dempster and Sarah Osborn, on 15 October 1808 in Mitcham, Surrey. Thomas Heaton Norris Esq of Muswell Hill Middlesex to the eldest daughter of James Dempster of Baron House Mitcham, Surrey.
     Thomas was an upholsterer in Holborn according to the Garraway Rice notes.

Children of Thomas Heaton Norris and Sarah Elizabeth Dempster

Alice Bomford North

(1879 - 1903)
     Alice Bomford North was born in 1879. She was the daughter of Joseph Pim North and Jeanette Gertrude Somers.
     Alice died in 1903 in Moyally, Offaly.

Edith North

(1881 - )
     Edith North was born in 1881. She was the daughter of Joseph Pim North and Jeanette Gertrude Somers.

Elizabeth North

(circa 1670? - before 29 November 1763)
     Elizabeth North was born circa 1670? In Yorkshire, England.
     Elizabeth North married Theophilus Rich, son of William Rich, on 10 November 1692 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire.
     Elizabeth died before 29 November 1763 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was buried on 29 November 1763 in Penistone, YKS. Elizabeth Rich, widow.

Children of Elizabeth North and Theophilus Rich

Joseph Pim North

(circa 1824 - 2 October 1890)
     Joseph Pim North was born circa 1824. They was listed on a deed dated 19 March 1867 as a witness. Memorial of indenture made the nineteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty seven between John Richard Somers of Friarsland in the county of Dublin esquire of the first part
Jeannette Gertrude Somers of Friarsland aforesaid … daughter of the said John Richard Somers of the second part
Joseph Pim North esquire now a captain in Her Majesty’s 3rd Regiment of Hussars of the third part and
Samuel Handy Somers of Tyrellspass in the county of Westmeath esquire and David Bomford North of Fairview in the county of Westmeath esquire MD of the fourth part
Reciting that by deed poll bearing date the tenth day of December one thousand eight hundred and fifty three Mountefort Longfield Esquire LLD and Charles James Hargreave Esquire QC two of the commissioners for sale of incumbered estates in Ireland did for the considerations in said deed mentioned grant unto said John Richard Somers party hereto of the first part of the town and lands of Ballinderry Big containing four hundred and seven acres two roods and nine perches or thereabouts situate in the Barony of Moycashel and county of Westmeath to hold to the said John Richard Somers his heirs and assigns for ever
And reciting that by a certain other deed poll bearing date of tenth day of December one thousand eight hundred and fifty three the said Mounteford Longfield and Charles James Hargreaves did for the considerations therein contained grant unto the said John Richard Somers certain other portions of the lands of Ballinderry Big containing fifty six acres one rood and sixteen perches or thereabouts situate in the Barony and county aforesaid to hold to the said John Richard Somers his heirs and assigns for ever
And after further reciting amongst other things that a marriage has been agreed upon between said Jeanette Gertrude Somers and the said Joseph Pim North and that upon the treaty of said marriage it was agreed upon by and between said John Richard Somers and said Jeanette Gertrude Somers on the one part and Joseph Pim North on the other part that the said John Richard Somers should grant and convey the several therein before recited lands and promises to the said Samuel Handy Somers and David Bomford North up the trusts thereinafter thereof declared has by said memorialising indenture witnessed that in consideration of the said intended marriage and the nominal consideration therein mentioned the said John Richard Somers did grant unto the said Samuel Handy Somers and David Bomford North those parts of the town and lands of Ballinderry Big being the several lands and premises therein before recited and particularly described situate in the Barony of Moycashel and Co Westmeath and respectively conveyed to the said John Richard Somers by the several recited indentures of the tenth day of December one thousand eight hundred and fifty three
To hold the said premises respectively to the said Samuel Handy Somers and David Bomford North and their heirs to the use of the said John Richard Somers and David Bomford North and his heirs until the said intended marriage should take effect and after the solemnization thereof then to the use of the said Samuel Handy Somers and David Bomford North their heirs and assigns upon the trusts therein declared of and concerning the same which said deed and this memorial as to their execution respectively by the said John Richard Somers are duly witnessed by Edward Fetherstonhaugh of Clare Street in the city of Dublin and solicitor and the Rev James Campbell Connolly of Woolwich England Her Majesty’s Chaplain of Woolwich Dockyard
John Richard Somers (seal)
Signed and sealed by John Richard Somers in presence of Edwd Fetherstonhaugh solr 20 Clare St James C Connolly
Now the above named Edwd Fetherstonhaugh of Clare St in the county of the city of Dublin solicitor maketh oath and saith that he this deponent is a subscribing witness to the deed of which the above writing is a memorial and also to said memorial and saith he saw said deed and memorial respectively executed by the said John Richard Somers the granting party thereto and saith the name Edward Fetherstonhaugh subscribed as a witness to said and memorial [sic] respectively is this deponent’s proper name and handwriting and saith that on Thursday the twenty eighth day of March one thousand eight hundred and sixty seven at eleven minutes before two o’clock in the afternoon of said day he this deponent delivered said deed and memorial for registry to Thomas Matthew Ray esqire Assistant Registrar at Registry office Henrietta in the county of the city of Dublin
Edwd Fetherstonhaugh
Sworn before me this 28th day of March 1867 at Reg Office Henrietta St in the county of the city of Dublin
Copied from www.Bomford.net.
     Joseph Pim North married Jeanette Gertrude Somers, daughter of John Richard Somers and Maria Jane Handy, on 20 March 1867 in Taney, Dublin, Ireland. They had 12 children: [listed in Sheila Perino email 29 June 2007].
a) David John North, b 1 Feb 1868 at Larchill, Coolock, Co Dublin, d aged 9 on 7 July 1877 at Moyally, Co Offaly.
b) Maria Catherine North or Maria Katherine North, b 22 June 1869, d 12 October 1926 at Moyally [Sheila Perino emails 8 Jun and 6 Sep 2007].
c) Joseph Roger North, b 1870, d 1945 at Moyally.
d) Jane North, b 1872, d 1898 at Mountmellick.
e) Eleanor Louise North, b 10 September 1873, d 5 August 1951 [Sheila Perino email 10 July 2007].
f) Emily Caroline North, b 1874, d 1 November 1943 in Dublin.
g) Richard Somers North, b 1875, d 1908 at Moyally.
h) Elizabeth North, b 1877.
i) Florence North, b 1878, d 18 Oct 1958 at Swords, Co. Dublin [Sheila Perino email 6 Sep 2007]

Her great grandson has been in touch.
     Joseph Pim North was a JP in 1878 and living at Moate in King’s County. He was a Captain in the 3rd Hussars, saw action in the Crimean War and received a Crimean War Medal (Thoms Military). Sheila Perino [email to Richard Bomford 14 Mar 2007] has the certificate for his marriage on 20 March 1867 at Taney, Co Dublin, to Jeanette Gertrude Somers, b 5 September 1844 [family Bible, email from Cyril North 6 Sep 2007], daughter of John Richard Somers JP (he died 4th October 1894 at 41 Wellington Street, Dublin, aged 81) and Maria Jane Handy (daughter of Samuel Handy, Bracca Castle, Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath [email from Eva North 14 Sep 2007]; she died 16th January 1897 in Tyrrellspass, Westmeath, aged 79; her son in law, Horatio North-Bomford (27.9.3), was present at her death) [death certificates: Sheila Perino email 22 Sep 2007]; and the certificate of his death on 2 October 1890 at Moyally, Co Offaly.
     Joseph died on 2 October 1890 in 'Moyally', Horseleap?, Offaly, Ireland. For further information on the North family see: www.Bomford.net/IrishBomfords.

Children of Joseph Pim North and Jeanette Gertrude Somers

Samuel Handy North

(1882 - 1882)
     Samuel died in 1882 in Tullamore RD. He was born in 1882 in Tullamore RD . He was the son of Joseph Pim North and Jeanette Gertrude Somers.

Horatio North-Bomford

(16 February 1847 - )
     Horatio North-Bomford was born on 16 February 1847 in Ireland.
     Horatio North-Bomford married Alice Louisa Emily Somers, daughter of John Richard Somers and Maria Jane Handy, circa 1876. Burke's Irish families states that she was the daughter of Richard Summers of Tyrrellspass, Co Westmeath, and had issue with two daughters [and a son:] Isaac John (Rev Canon) MA, born 14th April 1882 and died 2nd September 1968. See
www.bomford.net/IrishBomfords for further information on this family.
     Horatio North-Bomford and Alice Louisa Emily Somers appeared on the 1911 census in Tyrrellspass, Westmeath, Ireland. Horatio was an ex Captain, aged 64, living at a hotel in Tyrrellspass (presumably Tyrrellspass House) with his wife Alice aged 53 (ie born c1858) and born in Westmeath, and daughter Norah, aged 26, born in Dublin city.

Deborah North?

     Deborah North? married William Handy, son of Stray Handy, circa 26 May 1755 in Ireland. William Handy of Rahoon, co. Tipperary, gentleman & Deborah North? of Ballycurly? parish, King's county, spinster, licence dated 26 May 1755.

Thomas Northmore

     Thomas Northmore married Elizabeth St Aubyn, daughter of John St Aubyn and Catherine Godolphin.

Edward Norton

(before 1590 - )
     Edward Norton was born before 1590.
     Edward Norton married Margaret Bowker, daughter of Thomas Bowker and Ann Unknown, on 20 October 1617 in Fletton, Huntingdonshire. However it may be the Margaret, daughter of Thomas Booker.
     Edward Norton was mentioned in the will of Ann Unknown dated 22 May 1624.

Children of Edward Norton and Margaret Bowker

Joan Norton

(circa 1618 - )
     Joan Norton was also known as Johanna in records. She was born circa 1618 in Fletton, Huntingdonshire. She was the daughter of Edward Norton and Margaret Bowker.

Kathleen Alice Norton

(1913 - 7 August 1945)
     Kathleen Alice Norton was born in 1913 in Bentleigh, Victoria. She was the daughter of Charles Wiliam Norton & Sarah Elizabeth Collins..
     Kathleen Alice Norton married Michael Joseph Egan, son of John James Egan and Ellen Colbert, in 1935 in Victoria.
     Kathleen died on 7 August 1945 in Leongatha, Victoria. EGAN (Norton). - At Stradbroke private hospital, Leongatha (suddenly), Kathleen, dearly beloved wife of Mick, darling mother of Margaret, John, Nellie, Carmel, Michael, Joan, and baby Kathleen, aged 32 years. Buried with her husband..

Richard Norton

(8 April 1619 - )
     Richard Norton was born on 8 April 1619 in Fletton, Huntingdonshire. He was the son of Edward Norton and Margaret Bowker. Richard Norton was christened on 23 April 1619 in Fletton, HUN.

Samuel Norton

(1 September 1622 - )
     Samuel Norton was christened on 1 September 1622 in Fletton, Huntingdonshire. He was the son of Edward Norton and Margaret Bowker.

Elizabeth Norton-Wilson

(8 May 1578 - )
     Elizabeth Norton-Wilson was born illegitimate before 8 May 1578 in Bradfield, Yorkshire. She was christened on 8 May 1578 in Bradfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Reginald Wilson.

Norah Frances Nosworthy

(circa 1881 - 3 June 1903)
     Norah Frances Nosworthy was also known as Leonora Frances in records. She was born circa 1881.
     Norah Frances Nosworthy married Richard Dempster, son of John Dempster and Elizabeth Bishop, on 9 February 1899 in Green Island Brook, St Barbe District, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada.
     Norah died on 3 June 1903 in Flowers Cove, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. Leonora Frances Dempster, aged 23, born Green Island Brook, buried at Green Island Cove..

Children of Norah Frances Nosworthy and Richard Dempster

Edward Nottingham

(circa 1740 - )
     Edward Nottingham was born circa 1740 in Evedon, Lincolnshire