George Pyke

     George Pyke married Ann Clarkson.

Children of George Pyke and Ann Clarkson

Janet Pyper

     Janet Pyper married James Dunbar on 10 April 1634 in Dyke, Moray.

Child of Janet Pyper and James Dunbar

Child of Janet Pyper and James Dunbar

Laura Winifred Quaife

(circa 1884 - June 1964)
     Laura Winifred Quaife was born circa 1884.
Laura Winifred Quaife married William Albert Edwin Wafford, son of William Henry Wafford and Elizabeth Hall, on 27 October 1906 in St George, Tufnell Park, London.
     Laura's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1964 in Surrey.

Anthony William Quay

(4 July 1952 - 19 February 1974)
     Anthony William Quay was born on 4 July 1952 in Surrey, England. He was the son of William Hendry Quay.
     Anthony died on 19 February 1974 in Melbourne, Victoria, aged 21.

John David Quay

(19 October 1948 - 3 August 1977)
     John David Quay was born on 19 October 1948 in Surrey, England. He was the son of William Hendry Quay.
     John died on 3 August 1977 in New South Wales, Australia, aged 28.

William Hendry Quay

(12 November 1920 - 19 January 1984)
     William Hendry Quay was born on 12 November 1920 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
     William died on 19 January 1984 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, aged 63.

Children of William Hendry Quay

Anne de la Queuille

( - after 1579)
     Anne de la Queuille was born in France. She was the daughter of Francois del la Queuille and Anne d'Espinay.
Anne de la Queuille married John Stuart Lord of Aubigny, son of John Stewart 3rd Earl of Lennox and Lady Anne Stewart (Countess of Lennox), circa 1542. He married about 1542, Anne (half sister of the 2nd wife of his grand uncle Robert Stuart, seigneur d'Aubigny), daughter & co-heir of Francois de la Queuille, seingeur de la Queuille, by his second wife Anne, daugher of Jacques d'Epinay, seigneur d'Usse et de St Michael-sur-Loire..
     Anne de la Queuille made a will dated 4 December 1579.
     Anne died after 1579.

Child of Anne de la Queuille and John Stuart Lord of Aubigny

Francois del la Queuille

     Francois was a seigneur in Queuille, Auvergne, France. He was born in Auvergne, France.
Francois del la Queuille married Anne d'Espinay, daughter of Jacques d'Espinay, in France.
Francois del la Queuille married Marguerite de Castelnau in France.

Child of Francois del la Queuille and Marguerite de Castelnau

Child of Francois del la Queuille and Anne d'Espinay

Jacqueline de la Queuille

( - after 1542)
     Jacqueline de la Queuille was the daughter of Francois del la Queuille and Marguerite de Castelnau.
Jacqueline de la Queuille married Robert Stuart Lord Aubigny, son of John Stewart Earl of Lennox and Margaret Montgomerie Countess of Lennox, after 1527.
     Jacqueline died after 1542.

(?) Quicksall

     (?) Quicksall married Unknown Cox? before 1660.

Child of (?) Quicksall and Unknown Cox?

William Quicksall

(5 January 1660 - 25 September 1702)
     William Quicksall was christened on 5 January 1660 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Another Wililam Quicksall was born at Sheffield in 1672 and emigrated to the USA; another was baptised 23 Oct 1670 at Dronfield, Derbyshire, son of Henry. One married Sara Clarke in 1674 at Rotherham who is probably the Sarah uxor Will Quicksall who was buried 27 Jan 1686 at Sheffield. He was the son of (?) Quicksall and Unknown Cox?
A William Quicksall married Sarah Clarke, widpw, on 20 April 1674 at Rotherham according to Phillimore's marriages & Boyd's Marriage index. A Sarah Quicksall, wife of William was buried 13 Nov 1673 at Sheffield.
     William was buried on 25 September 1702 in Sheffield, St Peter's, YKS. A William Quicksall of Sheffield, left a will dated/proved in 15 Nov 1702 at York.

Thomas Quincey

     Thomas Quincey married Ann Bowker on 6 December 1746 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. By banns, out of the parish.

Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy

     Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy was the daughter of Roger de Quincy 2nd Earl of Winchester.
Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy married Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan, son of William Comyn and Marjory, of Buchan,.

Children of Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy and Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan

Roger de Quincy 2nd Earl of Winchester

     Roger de Quincy 2nd Earl of Winchester was the son of Saher de Quincy Earl of Winchester and Margaret de Beaumont.
Roger de Quincy 2nd Earl of Winchester married Ellen, (of Galloway),.

Child of Roger de Quincy 2nd Earl of Winchester

Saher de Quincy Earl of Winchester

     Saher de Quincy Earl of Winchester married Margaret de Beaumont.

Child of Saher de Quincy Earl of Winchester and Margaret de Beaumont

Bridget Quinlan

(between 1823 and 1825 - 20 March 1898)
     Bridget Quinlan was born between 1823 and 1825.
Bridget Quinlan married Edmund Colbert, son of John Colbert, on 3 February 1876 in St Rose, Kapunda, South Australia. He was a widower aged 64, son of John and she was single aged 52.
     Bridget and Edmund resided at Tarlee, South Australia.
     Bridget died on 20 March 1898 in Kapunda, South Australia.

Johanna Quinlan

(before 1830 - )
     Johanna Quinlan married John Colbert (of Conna). Johanna Quinlan was born before 1830 in Cork, Ireland. Johanna was present at Abby Colbert's christening on 23 June 1844 in Conna, Cork, Ireland. Johanna was present at Catherine Colbert's christening on 6 September 1846 in Conna, Cork. Johanna was present at Thomas Colbert's christening on 2 March 1849 in Conna, Cork. Johanna became Thomas Colbert's godmother at his christening on 12 June 1849 in Conna, Cork. Johanna was present at Michael Colbert (of Conna)'s christening on 5 October 1851 in Conna, Cork.

Children of Johanna Quinlan and John Colbert (of Conna)

Margaret Quinn

(before 1850 - before 1880)
     Margaret Quinn was born before 1850.
Margaret Quinn married Charles Hagan, son of John Hagan and Elizabeth McShane, on 12 November 1871 in Killyman, Coal Island, Dungannon RD, Tyrone. Both of full age, bachelor & spinster, he was a baker of Dungannon and son of John Hagan, merchant, her deceased father was James Quin, chandler. Both signed in the presence of Daniel O'Connell O'Hagan & Teresa Quinn. Two Margaret Hagan's died between 1873 & 1876 but details not available. .
     Margaret died before 1880 in Dungannon, Tyrone. A Margaret Hagan died 2 Jul 1873 aged 30 and a Margaret Jane Hagan in 1876 aged 29..

John Quinton

     John Quinton married Louisa Squirrell, daughter of Thomas Squirrell and Dinah Unknown (Squirrell), on 25 November 1834 in Hitcham, Suffolk.

Catherine R...

(circa 1640 - )
     Catherine R... was also known as Catherine R... in records. She was born circa 1640.
Catherine R... married Edward Mason on 23 May 1661 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Children of Catherine R... and Edward Mason

John Radciffe

     John Radciffe married Augusta Hume Murray, daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor and Elilzabeth Hume, on 17 May 1828 in British Guiana. They had 7 known childen. The British Guiana webstate gives her birth as in Newfoundland and her marrage date as 14 Jun 1828 to John Radcliffe R.N..

Ethel Alice Isobel Radford

(21 October 1865 - 1940)
     Ethel Alice Isobel Radford was born on 21 October 1865 in 'Ravenfield', Milton, Queensland. She was the daughter of Henry Wyat Moore Radford and Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan.
Ethel Alice Isobel Radford married Francis William Belbridge on 31 August 1889 in Queensland.
Ethel Alice Isobel Radford was listed in a directory dated 1910 as Mrs W C Belbridge at 248 Military Rd, Neutral Bay, New South Wales.
     Ethel died in 1940 in Waverley district, Sydney, New South Wales.

Children of Ethel Alice Isobel Radford and Francis William Belbridge

Harold Biddulph Radford

(1 November 1875 - 16 February 1931)
Harold Biddulph 'Boy' Radford
     Harold Biddulph Radford was buried in Grafton, New South Wales. He was commonly known as Boy. He was born on 1 November 1875 in Queensland. He was the son of Henry Wyat Moore Radford and Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan.
     Harold and Henry were registered at River Rd, Toowong, on the 1903 electoral roll. Harold was described as a clerk and Henry was of independent means.
     Harold was registered as a clerk at Hambledon, Cairns district, Queensland, on the 1908 electoral roll.
Harold Biddulph Radford married Marion Erica Hogarth in 1916 in New South Wales.
     Harold died He was described as a cane inspector of Harwood Island. Administration of his estate was granted to E M Radford on 16 February 1931 in Maclean district, New South Wales, aged 55.

Henry Wyat Moore Radford

(19 October 1835 - 1 October 1906)
     Henry Wyat Moore Radford was born on 19 October 1835 in Newcastle, New South Wales. His father Henry Wyatt Radford, was surgeon 56th, 65th, 46th, 62nd, 17th (& 48th?) regiments. Henry sr. died 15 Jan 1836 (v.20/942) aged 44, buried 18 Jan 1836 at Christ Church Newcastle (M.I.) Probate 8/6/1837 NSW. He served in the Peninsula wars 1808-1814, and at Pindaree 1817-1818. He was a Hospital Mate 24 Dec 1808 to 18 Apr 1810 [Medical Officers in the British Army 1660-1960]. He arrived 8 Jan 1824 per "Greenock" at Pt. Jackson.
]In 1828 of Elderslie, 2000 acres at Patrick Plains. Resided Lochinvar, Newcastle (1836 directory). No record of his marriage to Frances Maria Biddulph in NSW indexes. She was the daughter of Simon Biddulph & Ann Burnet who settled in South Africa in 1819. Other recorded children were Henry Thomas born 17/3/1826 & Charles Wyat born 13/?/1827, both baptised 26 June 1828 at Newcastle. Frances Maria subsequently married Alexander Brodie Spark 27 April 1840 at St Peter's church, Cooks River NSW as the relict of the late H W Radford, Esq. surgeon of the H.M. 62nd Regiment (Port Philip Herald 19 June 1840), and had issue: a son born on Friday 30 April 1841 at Tempe, Cooks River (PPH 21/5/41); a daughter born on Tuesday 16th September 1845 (PPH 26/9/45).
     See The Respectable Sydney merchant: A B Spark of Tempe by G Abbott & G Little, published Sydney 1976, for more about them.
There is a plaque to him at St Peter's church, Cooks River. He was christened on 27 November 1835 in Christ Church, Newcastle. Henry Wyat Moore, son of Henry Wyatt & Frances Maria Radford, of Newcastle, surgeon in HM 62nd Regt of Foot. Henry was a Parliamentary clerk, Brisbane, Queensland. H W M Radford moved to central Queensland in late 1859 as pastoralist but floods forced him to move to Brisbane. In 1862 he became Clerk Assistant to the Qld Legislative Assembly, 1881 clerk of the Legislative Council then Clerk of the Parliament. He was at one time a part owner of Princhester Station on the Fitzroy River..
Henry Wyat Moore Radford married Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan, daughter of David Sloan and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips, on 27 October 1864 in Newcastle. On Oct 27 at Christ Church Newcastle by Rev. Canon Fletcher, Henry Wyatt Radford, 2nd son of the late Dr Radford, surgeon of H.M. 62nd Regt. to Lydia Amelia, eldest daughter of the late Dr Sloan of Maitland.
     Henry and Harold were registered at River Rd, Toowong, on the 1903 electoral roll. Harold was described as a clerk and Henry was of independent means.
     Henry died MB. H. W. RADFORD. The death is announced of Mr. Henry Wyatt Radford, formerly clerk of Parliament and clerk of tihe Legislative-Council of Queensland. The deceased gentleman for some time past has been suffering, from a
form of cancer in the. throat and he finally at Toowong cemetery. The late Mr. Henry Wyatt Radford was born in Newcastle, New South Wales, in 1835. He was a son of the late Dr. Radford, H M. 62nd Regiment, and was for
some time medical student at Sydney University, and walked Sydney Hospital. Later he-came to Queensland, and engaged in pastoral pursuits, in about the latter end of 1859. However, he lost severely by floods in central Queensland, and in 1862 was appointed clerk assstant of the Legislative Assembly. Mr. Radford served in this capacity till he was promoted to be clerk of the Legislative Council in 1881. He continued to hold that office for over 20 years- until failing sight interfered with his health and he retired in 1002, when the Legislative Council staff was sharply retrenched. He leaves two married daughters and one son. His wife predeceased him by seven years.
on 1 October 1906 in Ravenfield, Toowong, Queensland, aged 70. He was buried in Toowong, Queensland.

Children of Henry Wyat Moore Radford and Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan

Hilda Wyatt (Biddulph) Radford

(7 January 1869 - 20 December 1949)
     Hilda Wyatt (Biddulph) Radford was born on 7 January 1869 in 'Ravenfield', Milton, Queensland. She was the daughter of Henry Wyat Moore Radford and Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan.
Hilda Wyatt (Biddulph) Radford married Arthur Martyn Thomas on 5 February 1894 in Queensland.
     Hilda and Ralph were registered as home dutes & engineer at Dart St, Auchenflower, Queensland, on the 1934 electoral roll.
     Hilda died on 20 December 1949 in Queensland aged 80. Hilda Wyatt Thomas. She was buried in Toowong, Queensland. With her parents, uncle and husband.

Child of Hilda Wyatt (Biddulph) Radford and Arthur Martyn Thomas

Anne Radley

(before April 1851 - )
     Anne Radley was born before April 1851 in Wallingwells, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of William Radley and Lydia Rich. John and Anne were listed as the children of William Radley in the 1861 census in Gateford, Worksop, Nottinghamshire.

James Radley

(before 1848 - )
      One of these brothers is probably the father of Amor Rich Radley who was buried at Boughton, Ntt, aged 10 weeks on 20 Feb 1866. James Radley was born before 1848. He was the son of William Radley and Lydia Rich.

John Radley

(circa 1845 - )
     John Radley was born circa 1845 in Wallingwells, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Radley and Lydia Rich. John and Anne were listed as the children of William Radley in the 1861 census in Gateford, Worksop, Nottinghamshire.

William Radley

(circa 1799 - )
     William Radley was born circa 1799 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
William Radley married Lydia Rich, daughter of George Rich and Elizabeth Barg, on 22 June 1833 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
     William Radley and Lydia Rich were recorded on the 1861 census in Gateford, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. William Radley, head, married, aged 62, grocer and groom, born Worksop, Ntt; Lydia Radley, wife, aged 53, born Carlton in Lindrick; John 16, Anne 10 children born Wallingwells, Ntt and Anne Radley visitor aged 16, born Letwell, Yorks.

Children of William Radley and Lydia Rich

Lilian Agnes Rae

     Lilian Agnes Rae married Herbert Spong Hawkins, son of George Hawkins and Jane Sanderson, on 12 September 1899 in All Souls, Hampstead, Middlesex, England. The banns stated he was a bachelor of Coulsdon, Surrey and she was of 68 London Road, in the parish. He returned to NZ to farm..
     Lilian and Herbert resided at Glencoe, Hamilton, New Zealand, 1900.

Children of Lilian Agnes Rae and Herbert Spong Hawkins