Albert Richard Porter

     Albert Richard Porter married Ethel Clark, daughter of Owen Clark and Hannah Bullett, on 2 November 1904.

Caroline Ann Porter

(1871 - 9 June 1955)
     Caroline Ann Porter was born in 1871 in Wooloomooloo, Sydney, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave.
     Caroline Ann Porter married Wiliam Pearce Mannell in 1900 in Petersham RF, New South Wales.
     Caroline died on 9 June 1955 in Canterbury Hospital, Campsie, New South Wales. Her usual residence was 5 Phillip St, Lakemba.

Child of Caroline Ann Porter and Wiliam Pearce Mannell

Charles Porter

(circa 1840 - February 1915)
     Charles Porter was born circa 1840 in Southeray, Norfolk, England.
     Charles Porter married Caroline Ann Redgrave, daughter of Elijah Redgrave and Caroline Wafford, on 15 June 1870 in the Registry Office, Brisbane, Queensland. She was a teacher aged 22 and he was a salesman aged 30, she was the daughter of Elijah Redgrave, fruiterer and his wife Caroline Wafford.
     Charles died in February 1915 in Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia.

Children of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave

Charles E Porter

(1873 - )
     Charles E Porter was born in 1873 in Sydney, New South Wales. He may have died in 1929. He was the son of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave.

Eliza Porter

(between 1803 and 1806 - 19 September 1894)
     Eliza Porter was born between 1803 and 1806 in St Marylebone, Westminster. Her age at death was 91 which suggests 1803.
     Eliza Porter married John Wafford, son of William Wafford and Maria Bestwick, on 25 December 1825 in St George, Bloomsbury, London.
     Eliza Porter and John Wafford appeared on the 1841 census in Princess Row Court, St Anne Soho, Westminster. John Wafford 34, carver; Eliza 35, Caroline 13, George 11, John 9, William 5, Henry 2 & Martha [sic] 3 months, all born in the county.
     Eliza Porter and John Wafford were recorded on the 1851 census in Denmark St, Finsbury, St Giles in the Fields, London. John Wafford 46, carver, born Hackney, with his wife Eliza, 46, born St Giles, and children George & John crossed out, William 14, Henry 12, Maria 10, & Alfred 7, all born at St Giles.
     Eliza Porter and John Wafford appeared on the 1861 census in 9 Litchfields, London, St Anne, Westminster. John Wafford, 53, ironmonger car..., born Hackney with his wife Eliza, 56/57, monthly nurse, born St Giles, Mdx. She appears to be enumerated at their son's home as well as they had just had a baby.
     Eliza Porter was living as a parent in the household of John Henry Wafford in 36 Nottingham Place, Mile End Old Town, London, in the 1861 census in Mile End Old Town, London . John Wafford .head, 26, porter born London with his wife Harriet, 23, born Radford?, Notts; son Henry aged 5, born London; daughter Alice aged 3, born London; son Edmund, aged under 1 month, born London, Mdx; with Eliza Wafford, widowed mother?, aged 56, born London.
     Eliza Porter appeared on the 1871 census in Kentish Town, London. She may be: Eliza Wayford, nurse, widow, aged 65, born Soho, Mdx, with the Bell family at 2 Willow Walk.
     Eliza Porter appeared on the 1881 census in St Martin's Almhouses, Bayham St, London. Eliza Wafford, widow, aged 75, born Marylebone, Mdx.
     Eliza's death was registered in the quarter ending on 19 September 1894 in London, Pancras RD.

Children of Eliza Porter and John Wafford

Ernest A Porter

(1886 - 1886)
     Ernest died in 1886 in Canterbury district, New South Wales. He was born in 1886 in Glebe RD, New South Wales. He was the son of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave.

Frank Porter

(circa 1868 - )
     Frank Porter was born circa 1868 in Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Charles Porter & Ann Kellet.
     Florence Estelle Handy married secondly Frank Porter on 26 June 1897 in Victoria, British Columbia.

Harold William Porter

(1883 - )
     Harold William Porter was born in 1883 in Sydney, New South Wales. He was the son of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave.

Harry Herbert Porter

(1881 - )
     Harry Herbert Porter was also known as Henry in records. He was born in 1881 in Sydney, New South Wales. He was the son of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave.

LeClair S Porter

(1890 - before 1915)
     LeClair S Porter was born in 1890 in West Maitland, New South Wales. LeClair S Porter was the child of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave.
     LeClair died before 1915.

Stella R Porter

(1887 - )
     Stella R Porter was born in 1887 in Canterbury district, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave.

William A L Porter

(1879 - )
     William A L Porter was born in 1879 in Paddington district, New South Wales. He was the son of Charles Porter and Caroline Ann Redgrave.

Davd T Posner

     Davd T Posner married Henrietta Zabel, daughter of Henry E Zabel and Margaret Leona Ross, on 10 July 1920 in Santa Ana, California.

Child of Davd T Posner and Henrietta Zabel

George Eberhard Posner

(11 August 1921 - 23 April 1990)
     George Eberhard Posner was born on 11 August 1921 in Berkeley, Alameda County, California, USA. He was the son of Davd T Posner and Henrietta Zabel. George were recorded as the children of Leo Elzie Tope in the in 1930 census in 5127 Clinton St, Los Angeles, California.
     George died on 23 April 1990 in Albany, California, USA, aged 68. Posner, Major George Eberhard. - C.L.I. C.P.I. (AUS Ret.) - April 23 1990, at home in Albany Ca; aged 68; a native of Berkeley, Ca; he retired in 1958 from the Signal Corps as Army Pictorial Officer; while Chief Photographic Officer for the U.S. Army in Japan during the Occupation, Major Posner completed an assignment for Life Magazine and in 1956 won Japan's "Emperor's Award" for photographic excellence; upon retirment form military service in 1958 he joined the Richard F Bowen Co., San Francisco as V.P. and Sr investigator, where he remained until 1970 when he began his own firm; in 1989 he assumed the role of managing partner of the investigative firm of Posner and Houghton; Major Posner was a longtime member of the National Association of Legal Investigators, the International Society of Air Safety investigators, and a founding member of the California Assication of Legal Investirgators; a widely-recognized authority on a broad range of investigative subjects, he was noted for his pioneering efforts in forensic photography and the continuing education and certification of investigatores; he leaves his wife Joy MacCarthy Posner of Berkeley; his son James David Posner and daughter-in-law Elizabeth Posner of Menlo Park; daughter, Susan MacCormack, son-in-law Harry MacCormack and grandson Jason Posner of Cirvallis Oreg; three half-brothers, Lee Tope, Douglas Tope and Mark Draper, & business associate Lynne Houghton. Memorial service Sat April 28 2 p.m. at St Alban's Episcopal Church, 1501 Washington Ave, Albany, Memorial gifts may be sent to Aita Bates-Herrick Hospice, 5232 Claremont Ave, Berkeley 94618 or Greenpeace, 1436 "U" St., N.W. Wash., D.C. 20009.

Sir Alan Graeme Potter

(14 February 1891 - 1969)
     Sir Alan Graeme Potter was born on 14 February 1891 in Croydon, Surrey, England. He was the son of John Wilson Potter(1856-1933) Shipbroker, and Jane Boyd Thompson
(1861-c.1945).
     Sir Alan Graeme Potter married Florence Barbara Mary Bowker, daughter of Dr Robert Steer Bowker and Florence Mary Marks, on 2 February 1926 in St Mark's, Darling Point, New South Wales. St Mark's Church, Darling Point, was beautifully decorated yesteday for the marriage of Miss Barbara Bowker and Mr Alan Graeme Potter. Flower boxes of tiger lilies and gladioli with foliage were arranged along the chancel, with tall silver pedestals massed with red and pink roses, standing at intervals. The bride is the daughter of Dr and Mrs. Steer Bowker, Brantwood, Edgecliff, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Wilson Potter, Eritlon Mill, Surrey, and Catherine street, Westminster, London. The bride was given away by her father. Her gown, of ivory chiffon over taffeta, made with a tight bodice and full wide skirt was hand embroidered in pearls. The lace veil, which had been worn by her mother, was worn over another of plain tulle, and she carried a bouquet of tuberous begonia, mauve orchids, and caladium leaves, tied with green orchids. The bridesmaids were the Misses Ryrie, twin daughters of Sir Granville and Lady Ryrie, and the Misses Phillips and Beatrice Gordon, nieces of the bride. The Misses Ryrie wore frocks of cream chiffon and apple green bats, and the younger girls were frocked in cream with green wreaths encircling their hair, They all carried sheaves of pink liliums, tied with green. M. Dick Allen and Mr Jim Dickson attended the bridegroom. The reception was held at Brantwood, where Mrs Bowker received the guests. Tea was served in a marquee, decorated in pink liliums and apple green. The bride travelled in a frock of beige embroidered goorgette, and hat to match, when leaving for the honeymoon, which will be spent at Moonbarra, Port Hacking.
     Alan died in 1969 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was chairman of the Australian Jockey Club.

Child of Sir Alan Graeme Potter and Florence Barbara Mary Bowker

John Potter

(before 1816 - )
     John Potter was born before 1816.
     John Potter married Dinah Ruby, daughter of John Ruby and Margaret Gale, on 21 April 1839 in Inwardleigh, Okehampton RD, Devon.

Julia Ashby Potter

(24 April 1862 - )
     Julia Ashby Potter was born on 24 April 1862 in Oxnards?, Barbados. She was christened on 22 June 1862 in St James.
     Julia Ashby Potter married George Pankhurst on 14 August 1883 in St John the Baptist, St James, Barbadoes.

Martha Potter

(before 1778 - )
     Martha Potter was born before 1778 in Yorkshire, England.
     Martha Potter married Edward Ryther on 4 February 1784 in St Martin cum Gr, York, Yorkshire, England. Martha was present at Sarah Ryther's christening on 28 November 1784 in Skipworth, Yorkshire, England. Martha was present at Hannah Ryther's christening on 19 October 1788 in Sherburn in Elmet, Yorkshire, England. Martha was present at Martha Ryther's christening on 19 July 1790 in Sherburn in Elmet, Yorkshire.

Children of Martha Potter and Edward Ryther

Susan Elizabeth Potter

(1929 - 31 May 1994)
     Susan Elizabeth Potter was born in 1929 in New South Wales. She was the daughter of Sir Alan Graeme Potter and Florence Barbara Mary Bowker. Susan was a veterinary surgeon.
     Susan died on 31 May 1994 in Bega.

Olivia Potts

     Olivia Potts married Rev Thomas Handcock MA, son of Rev Elias Handcock and Catherine Smyth. He had 12 children.

Children of Olivia Potts and Rev Thomas Handcock MA

Alice Powditch

(14 November 1721 - between August 1808 and 1809)
     Alice Powditch was born on 14 November 1721 in North Creake, Norfolk. See [EMAIL:]www.powditch.plus.com/[:EMAIL] for further information on the Powditch family. John Algar quotes an old document: Alice Powdich born Nov 14th 1721, and bapt. at N[or]th Creake [Church, Norfolk, UK] Nov 28 [1721], marr[ie]d a Mr Trull - her son Thomas Powditch Trull was alive in Norwich in 1774.
     Alice Powditch married Henry Trull, son of Thomas Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull), before 1750. She is mentioned in the will of her mother Alice dated 8 March 1750 as Alice Trull nee Powdich. There is no real evidence to link this marriage to this Henry except the date.
     Henry & Alice are mentioned in her mother's probate documents and their son Thomas P Trull signs.
     Alice Powditch made a will dated 5 August 1808 in Norwich, Norfolk. Alice Trull of the city of Norwich, widow, gives 20 pounds to Mr John Trull and small legacies to others, leaves the remainder of her estate to her two grand daughters Mary Trull, spinster and Alice Dye, wife of William Dye.
     Alice died between August 1808 and 1809.
     Her will was proved on 12 October 1809 at Norwich, Norfolk.

Children of Alice Powditch and Henry Trull

Mary Ann or Elvia Powell or Boulgarine

     The marriage of Mary Ann or Elvia Powell or Boulgarine and John Heaton Norris, son of Thomas Heaton Norris and Sarah Elizabeth Dempster, was registered in Lambeth RD, Surrey, in the March 1855 quarter.

Cecily Powell

(29 May 1908 - )
     Cecily Powell was born on 29 May 1908.
     Cecily Powell married Wing Cdr Patrick John Handy Halahan DFC, son of John Crosby Halahan and Winifred May Carter, on 15 April 1933 in Windsor RD. Cecily Powell and Wing Cdr Patrick John Handy Halahan DFC were divorced in 1943.
     Cecily Powell married John Cyril Bartholomew as her second husband, on 11 May 1949..

Ellizabeth Powell

     Ellizabeth Powell married George Dempster on 31 October 1768 in Eling, Hampshire, England.

Children of Ellizabeth Powell and George Dempster

Robert Powell

     Robert Powell married Edith Clark, daughter of Owen Clark and Hannah Bullett.

Robert Albert Powell

     Robert Albert Powell married Ethel St Cyr Ingles, daughter of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best, on 16 June 1900 in Holy Trinity, Pussellawa, Kandy. Robert Albert Powell of Pussellawa and Ethel St Cyr Ingles sof Pussellawa married by licence. Witnessed by Walter C S Ingles, A Lucas.

Anne Poyntz

( - 30 November 1592)
     Anne Poyntz was born in Acton, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of Sir Nicholas Poyntz.
     Anne Poyntz married Sir Thomas Heneage, son of Robert Heneage and Lucy Buckton. Cokayne states that Elizabeth was grand daughter on the mother's side of Thomas, Lord Berkeley of Berkeley Castle.
     Anne died on 30 November 1592.

Child of Anne Poyntz and Sir Thomas Heneage

Sir Nicholas Poyntz

     Nicholas died in Gloucestershire, England. He was born in England. He was of Acton Poyntz, Gls. Sir Nicholas Poyntz was also known as Michael in records.

Child of Sir Nicholas Poyntz

William Pragnell

     William Pragnell married Mary Ruby in 1852 in Williamstown, Victoria, Australia.

Martha Prat

     Martha Prat was also known as Martha Prat in records.
     Martha Prat married James Seadon, son of Martin Seadon, in 1685 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.