Susannah Mothersole

(6 August 1761 - )
     Susannah Mothersole was christened on 6 August 1761 in Hessett, Suffolk. She was the daughter of William Mothersole and Susan Cocksedge. Susannah Mothersole was buried on 10 September 1761 in Hessett, Suffolk. Susannah, daughter of William & Susannah Mothersole.

Thomas Mothersole

(18 February 1740 - )
     Thomas Mothersole was christened on 18 February 1740 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of John Mothersole and Catherine Dandy.

William Mothersole

(say 1730 - )
     William Mothersole was born say 1730 There were 2 William Mothersoles in Hessett of the right age. One was baptised 9 Nov 1731, son of Wm & Mary, the other baptised 7 Mar 1732, son of John & Catherine.
One was buried 30 May 1756, described as senior, the on 29 Feb 1768, both at Hessett..
William Mothersole married Susan Cocksedge, daughter of John Cocksedge and Margaret Bird, on 11 December 1759 in Hessett, Suffolk. They were both of this parish (Susannah).

Children of William Mothersole and Susan Cocksedge

William Mothersole

(circa 1675 - )
     William Mothersole was born circa 1675 in Suffolk. He was buried in 1756?. He may be the William Mothersole senior, buried 30 May 1756 at Hessett.

Children of William Mothersole

William Mothersole

(11 March 1702 - )
     William Mothersole was christened on 11 March 1702 in Hessett. He was the son of William Mothersole. William Mothersole was buried between 1756 and 1768 in Hessett, Suffolk. He may be the William senior buried on 30 May 1756 or more likely the one buried 29 Feb 1768.

William Mothersole

(2 August 1760 - )
     William Mothersole was christened on 2 August 1760 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of William Mothersole and Susan Cocksedge.

William Mothersole

(7 March 1732 - )
     William Mothersole was christened on 7 March 1732 in Hessett, Suffolk. William, son of John & Catherine. He was the son of John Mothersole and Catherine Dandy. William Mothersole was buried on 18 September 1791 in Hessett, Suffolk. William Mothersole, aged 60, married man, son of John & Catherine late Dandy, sp.

William Mothersole

(before 1710 - )
     William Mothersole was born before 1710. He may be the William baptised 11 Mar 1702 son of William & Elizabeth.

Child of William Mothersole

William Mothersole

(9 November 1731 - )
     William Mothersole was christened on 9 November 1731 in Hessett, Suffolk, England. He was the son of William Mothersole.

(?) Mott

     (?) Mott married Mary Ellen Devonshire, daughter of Charles Devonshire and Elizabeth Rashleigh.

John Mould

     Rose Pennocke married secondly John Mould on 5 September 1602 in Hadleigh, Suffolk.

John Mould

     John Mould married Catherine Elizabeth Evans, daughter of William Evans, on 13 August 1810 in St Benet Fink, London. The banns were called in July 1810..

John Moule

     John Moule married Grace Leach, daughter of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch, in December 1767 in Chagford, Devon.

Elizabeth Mounke

(circa 1612 - )
     Elizabeth died in Massachusetts, USA. She was born circa 1612.
Elizabeth Mounke married Diones Geere, son of Thomas Geere and Barbara Berde, on 21 December 1630 in Ovingdean, Sussex. New England marriages states that he was married c.1631 at Lynn, Mass.
Elizabeth Mounke and Diones Geere emigrated from England between May 1635 and July 1635 to Massachusetts per "Abigail". 4 May-10 July 1635: Passengers to be transported [from London] to New England in the "Abigail", Mr Richard [elsewhere Robert] Hackwell ... From Isleworth: Dennis Geere, 30, his wife Elizabeth, 22, and two children, Ellizabet 3 and Sara 2 ... They were of Lynn Isleworth, Middlesex. Arrived Boston 8 Oct 1635; another transcript states they were from Falmer Sussex and bound for Lynn, Massachusetts.
xv° Junij, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to New England: imbarqued in the Abigail de Lo: Mr H. Hackwell : The p'tie having brought Certificate from the minister of Thisselworth of his conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England. He hath taken the oaths of Allegiance and Supremacie.
(Thisselton may be found mentioned in the Topographies of that time, but no Thistle-worth or Thesselworth. Thisselton then, and Thistleton now, exist in Rutlandshire. But Isleworth in Middlesex was sometimes called Thistleworth.
Dennis Geere 30, Elizabeth Geere, uxor, 22; Elizabeth Geere 3, Sara Geere 2, children; Anne Pancrust 16, Eliz: Tusolie 55, Constant Wood 12
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Children of Elizabeth Mounke and Diones Geere

Sarah Mounter

     Sarah Mounter married Cornelius Ashby, son of William Ashby and Mary Unknown (Ashby), on 30 November 1776 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Children of Sarah Mounter and Cornelius Ashby

Edmund John Thomas Judge Mourilyan

(18 September 1841 - 24 June 1882)
     Edmund John Thomas Judge Mourilyan was born on 18 September 1841 in Sandwich, Kent. He was christened on 17 October 1841 in St Clement, Sandwich, Kent. Edmund John Thomas Judge, son of John & Mary Anna Mourilyan, os Strand St, solicitor. Born Sep 18 1841. Edmund was a solictor in 1863.
Edmund John Thomas Judge Mourilyan married Martha Mackglew, daughter of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson, on 14 February 1863 in St James, Clerkenwell, London.
     Edmund died on 24 June 1882 in Paris, France, aged 40. The Badsey Society in the Sladden Archives states: Known as Ned.
Biographical Details: Edmund John Thomas Judge Mourilyan (1841-1882), known as Ned, was the eldest brother of Eugénie Narcisse Sladden (née Mourilyan).
Edmund Mourilyan was born at Sandwich, Kent, on 18th September 1841, the eldest of eight children of John Mourilyan, a solicitor, and his wife, Mary Anna (née Wood). He was baptised at St Clement, Sandwich, on 17th October 1841.
On 14th February 1863, as a 21-year-old law student, Ned married 26-year-old Martha McGlew at St James, Clerkenwell. At the time of his marriage, he was living at 4 South Villas, South Street, Greenwich, whilst Martha, lived at Castle Villa, Muswell Hill. Martha’s parents, Robert and Elizabeth, had died in the 1850s. Ned and Martha did not have children.
At the time of the 1871 census, Ned was living in Richmond in the home of his recently-married sister, Mary Anna, and her husband, Frederick Dalgarno Robinson. Ned was a solicitor and was possibly working for his brother-in-law who was also a solicitor. Ned was described as unmarried, but records reveal that his wife, Martha, died at Islington in 1886.
Ned Mourilyan died on 24th June 1882 at 188 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris, aged 41. He was then living at 3 Rue Chapeyron, but had previously lived at Boulevard Haussmann and 370 Rue St Honoré (where his parents lived) and 21 The Green, Richmond (this was where his father lodged when he came to England). He had appointed his brother-in-law, Frederick Dalgarno Robinson of Richmond, as the sole executor; he left a personal estate of £1653 16s 2d.
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Joseph Mouzilly St Mars Marquis de

(6 August 1874 - 25 February 1942)
      We hold a card: Marquis de Mouzilly St Mars, 5 Old Quebec Street, W. [London]. He was called Santy by May.. Joseph Mouzilly St Mars Marquis de was born on 6 August 1874 in Chateau de la Villaumarie, Huisme, France.
     Joseph was a motocyclist. Joseph the Marquis de Mouzilly St Mars was President of the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme in 1905-1906. He donated the trophy for the Isle of Man TT races.
Joseph Mouzilly St Mars Marquis de married May Elizabeth Wesley Hall, daughter of James Wesley Hall and Mary Frederica Dora Dempster, in 1915 in France.
     Joseph died on 25 February 1942 in Pasadena, California, USA, aged 67. They had 27 years together. He was buried at San Gabriel Mission Cemetery - see 'Find a Grave' website.

Christiana Mowbray

(circa 1305 - 20 December 1362)
     Christiana Mowbray was born circa 1305.
     Christiana Mowbray married Sir William Plumpton as his second wife, before 30 June 1334. She was the widow of John Scott and Richard de Emeldon (killed at Halidon Hill 129 July 1333). She was the sister of John de Mowbray..
     Christiana died on 20 December 1362.

Children of Christiana Mowbray and Sir William Plumpton

Elizabeth Mowbray

(1350 - 1396)
     Elizabeth Mowbray was born in 1350 in Kirklington, Yorkshire. She was one of the daughters & heirs of Sir Alexander Mowbray of Kitlington, Justice.
Elizabeth Mowbray married Chief Justice William Gascoigne, son of William Gascoigne and Margaret Franke, in 1369. She was the daughter and sole heiress of Sir Alexander Mowbray, of Kirtlington, in the county of York.
     Elizabeth died in 1396.

Children of Elizabeth Mowbray and Chief Justice William Gascoigne

Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle

(before 1340 - circa 1378)
     Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle was born before 1340 in England. She is unlikely to be a de Lisle.
There is no mention of her in her assumed father's documents, see Parker. Douglas Richardson wrote on the Gen-Medieval mailing list 2 Feb 2008: The authoritative Complete Peerage, 1 (1910): 101-102 (sub Aldeburgh) has a brief account of the history of Sir William de Aldeburgh, Knt (died 1388), 1st Lord Aldeburgh. Regarding the parentage of his wife, Elizabeth, who died in or before 1378, the following information is supplied in footnote e on page 101:
"Most genealogists assume that Elizabeth was sister of Robert [de Lisle], though Ralph Brooke (Discoverie of certaine Errours in the Britannia, 1596, p. 66) denies this, and says she was the sister of John, Robert's father. But there is no known authority for either relationship. The arms of L'Isle, and those of Aldeburgh (as above), occur among those seen by Glover at Harewood. (Foster, ut supra, pp.
466-8). V.G." .
Thus, while Mr Gibbs, the editor of Complete Peerage, questions Elizabeth de Aldeburgh's parentage, he leaves the door open to the possibility that she might have been a Lisle. That she was neither the sister of Robert de Lisle, nor of his father, is proven, however, by Elizabeth de Aldeburgh's own seal which has been available in print since 1896. A description of this seal is found in Birch, Catalogue of Seals in the British Museum, volum 6801. [A.D. 1368]. Red: fine but fragmentary, [Add. ch. 26,770.] An angel, half-length, wearing an embroidered robe, supporting before him two small shields of arms: dex., a lion rampant, Aldeburgh (see previous seal), sin., a lion rampant. Within a carved gothic panel. Legend wanting." [Reference: Birch Cat. of Seals in the British Museum 2 (1892): 412].
This item may be viewed at the following weblink:
http://books.google.com/books?id=JhMaAAAAIAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=editions:07Fwza-a_OaBmfrQ_9#PPA412,M1
As can be seen above, the arms of Elizabeth de Aldeburgh are displayed on her seal as being a lion rampant. The Lisle arms, on the other hand, are well known and they are completely different, they being: Or, a fess between two chevronels Sable [Reference: Beltz, Memorials of the Most Noble Order of the Garter (1841): 42-44].
The Lisle arms are also displayed at the following weblink:
http://books.google.com/books?id=Y-MNAAAAQAAJ&pg=RA6-PA25&dq=Aldeburgh+Lisle#PRA6-PA30,M1

Thus, on the basis of heraldic evidence, it is clear that Elizabeth, wife of William de Aldeburgh, 1st Lord Aldeburgh, was NOT a member of the Lisle family, as alleged by Brooke, Beltz, Burke, Duckett, and so many other genealogical sources, and as correctly questioned by Mr Gibbs, the editor of Complete Peerage.

Libby Sulivan wrote on the Gen-Medieval mailing list on 20 Oct 2012: The following are suggestions as to the identity of the wife of William de Aldeburgh [d1388] and that of his father Ivo de Aldeburgh.
William de Aldeburgh: In 2008 Douglas Richardson supplied details of the seal of Elizabeth, wife of William de Aldeburgh which determined that she was not a De L'Isle.
An angel, half-length, wearing an embroidered robe, supporting before him two small shields of arms: dex., a lion rampant, Aldeburgh (see previous seal), sin., a lion rampant. Within a carved gothic panel. Legend wanting." [Reference: Birch Cat. of Seals in the British Museum 2 (1892): 412 ; 6801. [A.D. 1368]. Red: fine but fragmentary, [Add. ch. 26,770.]
The description of the dexter side of the seal corresponds closely with that of Mowbray of Colton: Gules, a lion rampant argent within a bordure engrailed. Intriguingly, in 26 Edw 3 William, son of Ivo of Aldeburgh grants to John, son of William Moubray, and Margaret his wife my manor of Aldeburgh in Richmondshire [Yorkshire Archaeological Journal vol 6 1881: p421].
The suggestion is that Elizabeth, wife of William de Aldeburgh is a daughter of John Mowbray and Margaret Percy.

Ivo de Aldeburgh: On the National Archives website there is the following entry: I, Margery, who was the wife of Nich. Ward of Bubwyth hold for my life certain lands in Bubwyth of which the reversion belongs to Sir Wm. de Aldeburgh, chivaler & w. Eliz. which lands before this time I have attorned to the said Wm. & Eliz. by the concession of Ric. de Wateby, citizen of York. [1357-1358]DDTO K 23/191357/8; Lancashire Record Office.
The wife of William Mowbray of Colton , son of John Mowbray and Margaret Percy was Margaret Chaumont, whose mother Janette was the daughter of Richard de Wateby. 
The suggestion is that Mary, wife of Ivo de Aldeburgh is Mary de Wateby , is a daughter of Richard de Wateby and Janette's sister.
Thus all links to the DeLisle family have been removed to a separate database
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Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle married Sir William de Aldeburgh, son of Sir Ives Aldeburgh and Mary Unknown (Aldeburgh), circa 1356 in England.
Elizabeth and Maud was party to a deed dated 1364 in Harewood, Yorkshire; Inquisition whether it would be to the detriment of the King or of others that Robert de l'Isle of Rougemont, kt should enfeoff William de Aldeburgh kt and Elizabeth his wife of 2 parts of the manor of Harewood, which he held in chief: and should concede that the third part of the said manor, which Maud late the wife of John de l'Isle of Rougemont, father of Robert, held in dowry, should remain after Maud's death to Wm & Elizabeth.
Robert de l'Isle paid £70 pre licencia feoffandi the two parts of the manor, 16 June 1634.
Cokayne notes that the remainder was to the heirs of William not Elizabeth.
]Robert was paid 1000 pounds for Harewood by his brother-in-law William Aldburgh in 1365. [Fine 38 Edw III] Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle was mentioned in a deed dated 1377 or 1378. In 1377/8, a further fine between William de Aldburgh (his wife being dead) & Robert confirming the manor... Harewood was one of 90 manors held by Robert [Originalia Roll 42 Edw III].
     In 1377/8 Robert conveyed to his brother William, the manor of Campton.
     Elizabeth died circa 1378. She was buried in the Dominican Friars, York, Yorkshire.

Children of Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle and Sir William de Aldeburgh

John W Mower

     John W Mower married Martha Miriam Stancer, daughter of William Stancer and Sarah Ann Mulch, in 1894 in Holy Trinity, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.

Alice Lillian Moyle

(5 June 1902 - )
     Alice Lillian Moyle was born on 5 June 1902 in Moonta Bay, South Australia. She was the daughter of James Ellery Moyle and Rebecca Colbert.

Amy Moyle (Kempe)

      She married Sir Thomas Kempe.. Amy Moyle (Kempe) was the daughter of Sir Thomas Moyle.

Anne Moyle

     Anne Moyle was the daughter of Sir Walter Moyle. Anne Moyle was also known as Amy in records.
     Anne Moyle married Sir John Arundell as his second wife. She was the daughter of Sir Walter Moyle, of Kent.

Child of Anne Moyle and Sir John Arundell

Bertha May Moyle

(28 November 1894 - )
     Bertha May Moyle was born on 28 November 1894 in near Scotts Creek, Mt Barker Registration District, South Australia. She was the daughter of James Ellery Moyle and Rebecca Colbert.

Catherine Moyle

( - 9 February 1586/87)
     Catherine Moyle married Nicholas St Leger. Catherine Moyle was born. She was co-heiress.. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Moyle.
Catherine Moyle married Sir Thomas Finch, son of Sir William Finch and Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace).
     Catherine died on 9 February 1586/87.

Children of Catherine Moyle and Sir Thomas Finch

Earnst/Ernest Moyle

(28 November 1894 - )
     Earnst/Ernest Moyle was born on 28 November 1894 in near Scotts Creek, Mt Barker Registration District, South Australia. He was the son of James Ellery Moyle and Rebecca Colbert.

James Ellery Moyle

(1 March 1860 - 3 March 1917)
     James Ellery Moyle was born on 1 March 1860 in St Day, Cornwall, England.
     James Ellery Moyle arrived at South Australia.
James Ellery Moyle married an unknown person in 1883 in South Australia.
James Ellery Moyle married secondly Rebecca Colbert on 2 January 1907 in the Telegraph Station, Port Adelaide, South Australia.
     James died on 3 March 1917 in South Australia aged 57.

Children of James Ellery Moyle and Rebecca Colbert

John Moyle

(circa 1460? - )
      In 1488 he was one of those commissioned in Cornwall to raise archers for the king's expedition to Brittany..
John Moyle married Unknown Drury, daughter of Sir Robert Drury. John Moyle was born circa 1460?. He was the son of Sir Walter Moyle and Margaret Unknown (Moyle).

Child of John Moyle and Unknown Drury

Sarah Colbert Moyle

(5 June 1902 - )
     Sarah Colbert Moyle was born on 5 June 1902 in Moonta Bay, South Australia. She was the daughter of James Ellery Moyle and Rebecca Colbert.