Elsie Bland

(June 1905 - )
     Elsie Bland's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1905 in Romford RD, Essex. She was the daughter of Charles Bland and Kate Gladwell.

Elsie May Bland

(26 September 1915 - 2007)
     Elsie May Bland was born on 26 September 1915 in Liverpool, Lancashire. She was the daughter of David Abraham Bland and Elsie May Roden.
     Elsie May Bland married George Bull in August 1930 in Hessett, Suffolk.
     Elsie May Bland married Leslie Elgan John Guy on 30 September 1939 in Southampton, Hampshire.
     Elsie died in 2007.

Elsie Roberta Wilhelmina Bland

(16 October 1884 - 1951)
     Elsie Roberta Wilhelmina Bland was born on 16 October 1884 in Yarram, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Bland and Sarah Ann Scott.
     Elsie was educated from 1896 at Yarram.
     Elsie died in 1951 in Elwood, Victoria. A relative described her as 'a wee bit simple, helped at home.

Emily Alice Bland

(17 April 1875 - 29 November 1931)
     Emily Alice Bland was born on 17 April 1875 in Yarram, Victoria. She was the daughter of Abraham Bland and Harriet Bullett.
     Emily was educated from 1885 at Primary School 1622, Valencia Creek. She was a bridesmaid at Richard Williams and Sarah Bland's wedding on 23 December 1891 in Victoria.
     Emily Alice Bland married George Evans Ruby, son of George Ruby and Sarah Evans, on 18 March 1896 in 'Aylesbury', Yarram, Victoria. RUBY-BLAND - On tho 18th ult, at the residence of the bride's parents, Aylesbury, Yarram, by the Rev P N Knight, BA, George Evans Ruby, eldest son of G Ruby, Esq , of Yarram, to Emily Alice, youngest daughter of A Bland, Esq.
     Emily was registered as as Emily Alice Ruby, home duties at Balloong, on the 1908 electoral roll.
     Emily Alice Bland lived at Balloong, 1910.
     Emily Alice Bland was on the passenger list of the "Moldavia" dated June 1912 from England. She returned to Victoria.
     Emily was registered at Yarram, on the 1912 electoral roll. She and George Evans Ruby witnessed Henry Refshauge MacKenzie and Mavis Bland Ruby's wedding on 24 March 1919 in the Methodist Church manse, Royal Parade, Royal Park, Victoria.
     Emily died on 29 November 1931 in Yarram, Victoria, aged 56. She was buried in Yarram.
     Her will was proved at Victoria.

Children of Emily Alice Bland and George Evans Ruby

Emma Elizabeth Bland

(3 June 1856 - 31 January 1898)
     Emma Elizabeth Bland was born on 3 June 1856 in Whepstead, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Bland and Mary Elsden. Emma and Rachel were listed as the children of John Bland in the 1861 census in Whepstead. Emma Elizabeth Bland was listed as John Bland's daughter in the 1871 census in Whepstead Road, Whepstead.
     Emma Elizabeth Bland married George Boreham on 28 March 1878 in Whepstead, Suffolk, England. Emma Elizabeth Bland was listed as John Bland's daughter in the 1881 census. Emma Elizabeth Bland was listed as Mary Elsden's daughter in the 1891 census in Whepstead.
     Emma died on 31 January 1898 in Whepstead, Suffolk, aged 41. She was listed as Mary Bland's daughter in the 1901 census in School Rd, Whepstead.

Children of Emma Elizabeth Bland and George Boreham

Ethel Eliza Bland

(1903 - 1958)
     Ethel Eliza Bland was born in 1903 in Tarraville, Victoria. She was the daughter of James Bland and Margaret Frances Boast.
     Ethel was registered at Wesley St, Yarram, on the 1931 electoral roll.
     Ethel was the proprietor of a babywear shop in Coburg, in the 1950s.
     Ethel died in 1958 in Mt Martha, Victoria.

Florence K Bland

(March 1912 - )
     Florence K Bland's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1912 in Romford RD, Essex. She was the daughter of Charles Bland and Kate Gladwell.

Florence Katie Bland

(31 October 1906 - 1 March 1982)
     Florence Katie Bland was born on 31 October 1906 in Hessett, Suffolk. She was the daughter of David Abraham Bland and Maud Katie Roden.
     Florence Katie Bland married Frederick James Bullett in May 1932 in Hessett, Suffolk.
     Florence died on 1 March 1982 aged 75.

Frances Bland

(23 January 1636/37 - )
     Frances Bland was christened on 23 January 1636/37 in Flempton cum Hengrave, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Robert Bland and Margaret Orbel.
     In Robert Bland's will dated 20 July 1657 in Flempton, Frances Bland was named as heir; His will mentions his wife Margerie, son William and daughters Margerie, Frances, Lydia and a messuage in Carbrooke, Norfolk. He also mentions grandchildren Nicholas Stewar? John Stewar, Robert Stewar, Thomas Stewar, Thomas Owston & John Sutton/Owton.

Francis Bland

(28 September 1623 - )
     Francis Bland was christened on 28 September 1623 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Edward or Edmund Bland and Barbara Hynard.
     In Rose Unknown (Hynard)'s will dated 10 April 1632 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Francis Bland was named as heir; Will of Rose Hynard (X) of BSE, widow dated 10 April 1632 I give to my daughter Barbara Bland, widow & my daughter Rose, wife of John Normanton, my lease of my messuage in Brentgovel Street, formerly in the tenure of my late husband Edmund and now occupied by me, Barbara Bland & Wm Medleditche. I authorize my 2 daughters, who I make ex'trices, to sell my messuage and use the money to pay the following legacies: £10 to my gr-child Rose Marshall, £15 to my gr-child Anne Pettyward, £20 to my gr-child Anne, wife of Frederick Godfrye, £15 to my gr-child Bridget Pettyward and 40s to my grandson John Bland; all to be paid within a year of my decease. I give my son-in-law John Normanton 40s to make him a ring. I give cousin Thomas Cheston of London 40s and Richard Cooper of Bury clothier; both to be paid after my decease. I will that my daughter Barbara Bland shall dwell in that part of my house where she now inhabits for 30 years if she live so long. I give her a feather bed, a feather bolster and my best covering. I give Anne Pettyward the featherbed that was her mother's, a feather bolster, a covering, 2 pairs sheets and a pillow. I give Bridget Pettyward a flockbed, a flock bolster, 2 pairs sheets and a covering. I give Mary Yonges widow, late wife of Thomas Yonges, my gold hoop ring. My late husband in his will gave legacies of £5 to Rose Marshall (by the name of Rose Bland) and of £10 each to Anne & Bridget Pettyward, and my will is that, if the law of the realm allows this sum of £25 to be recovered by my ex'trices, my legacies to these 3 shall be reduced by the sums left to them by my late husband. If Anne & Frederick Godfrye attempt to sue my ex'trices or refuse to release their interest in my messuage within 10 months of my decease, the legacy of £20 to Anne shall be void. The residue of my unbequeathed goods, plate, money, jewels and household stuff I give to my 2 daughters Barbara Bland and Rose Normanton my ex'trices. I give to my grandchildren John Normanton the younger, Thomas, Rose and Elizabeth Normanton 40s each to be paid by my daughter Rose Normanton when they are 24, I give my grandson Andrew Bland my silver wine cup. I give Edward, George, Edmund, Frances, Anne & Mary Bland my grandchildren 40s to be paid by my daughter Barbara Bland when 24. Witness: John Hyell, George Sparrose (X).

Francis Bland

(say 1605 - )
     Francis Bland was born say 1605 in England. There is a patron submission for c. 1614 at Haddenham in the IGI. He was the son of Oliver Bland and Frances Kirby.
     Francis Bland lived at Hadenham, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire.
     Francis Bland married Mary Rolfe. She was the daughter of Clement Rolfe of Tuttington, co. Norfolk.

Child of Francis Bland and Mary Rolfe

Francis Bland

     Francis Bland was the son of Francis Bland and Mary Rolfe.
     Francis Bland married Mercy Taylor. She was the daughter of Wiliam Taylor of Lanbach in co. Cambridge.
     Francis Bland lived at Eye, Suffolk, 1664.

Children of Francis Bland and Mercy Taylor

Francis Bland

(circa 1661 - )
     Francis Bland was born circa 1661 in England. Aet 3 in 1664. He was the son of Francis Bland and Mercy Taylor.

Francis M Bland

(circa 1836 - )
     Francis M Bland married Richenda Elizabeth? Unknown. Francis M Bland was born circa 1836 in St Saviour, Surrey.
     Francis M Bland and Richenda Elizabeth? Unknown appeared on the 1891 census in Bournemouth, Hampshire. Francis M Bland, head 65, bank manager born St Saviour Surrey, his wife Richenda Elizabeth?, 41, born Leytonstone, Essex, Francis L, son, 17, student, Hugh M, 16, Esther R 14, Edith R, 13, George N, 14, all born at BSE.

Child of Francis M Bland and Richenda Elizabeth? Unknown

Frederick Bland

(before June 1831 - before 4 October 1852)
     Frederick Bland was born before June 1831 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Charles Bland and Sophia Taylor. Frederick Bland was christened on 7 July 1833 in Bradfield St George.
     Frederick Bland appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Charles Bland and Sophia Taylor in Smallwood Green, Bradfield St George. Frederick, Charles, Arthur and Robert were listed as the children of Sophia Taylor in the 1851 census in Bradfield St George.
     Frederick died before 4 October 1852 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was buried on 4 October 1852 in Bradfield St George.

Frederick Bland

(circa 1899 - )
     Frederick Bland was born circa 1899 in Hoxton, London. He was the son of Henry or Harry Bland and Agnes Unknown. Robert, William and Frederick were listed as Henry or Harry Bland's children in the 1901 census in Walmer Road, Kensington, London.

Frederick George Bland

(circa 1859 - )
     Frederick George Bland was also known as Groom in records. Frederick George Bland was also known as George in records. He was born circa 1859 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. A Frederick George Groom was registered in the Thingoe district in the March quarter of 1859. He was the son of Charles Bland and Sarah Willis Groom. Frederick was listed as Charles Bland's son in the 1871 census in Free Wood St, Bradfield St George. An unknown person was listed as Robert Sturgess Austin's stepson in the 1881 census in Great Green, Bradfield St George. Frederick George Bland was a farm labourer in April 1881 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was listed as Robert Sturgess Austin's stepson in the 1891 census in Bradfield St George. Frederick George Bland was listed as Robert Sturgess Austin's stepson in the 1901 census in Free Wood, Bradfield St George, Suffolk.

Geoffrey Charles Bland

(before 2 December 1943 - )
     Geoffrey Charles Bland was stillborn before 2 December 1943 in Yarram, Victoria. He was buried on 2 December 1943 in Yarram. He was the son of Harold Campbell Bland and Leila Joyce Coulthard.

George Bland

(6 January 1861 - 8 August 1919)
     George Bland was born on 6 January 1861 in Yarram, Victoria. He was the son of Abraham Bland and Harriet Bullett.
     George Bland married Mosina Thomas on 27 March 1882 in Yarram, Victoria. Bland-Thomas. On the 27th ult., at Yarram, by the Rev Robert Falconer, B.A.. George, second son of A Bland, Esq of Barkly-place, Yarram, to Mosina, fourth daughter of the late M. Thomas, Esq, of Mayfield, Morang. New Zealand papers please copy . George Bland was listed in a directory dated between 1884 and 1885 as George Bland, grazier at Woranga, Victoria. George was a grazier in Yarram.
     George Bland made a will dated 20 June 1904 in 'Mayfield', Woranga, Victoria.
     George and Mosina were registered at Woranga, on the 1908 electoral roll. George Bland, farmer & Mosina, home duties. George Bland was an executor of Harriet Bullett's estate on 8 March 1910 in Victoria.
     George died on 8 August 1919 in 'Westward Ho', Yarram, aged 58. BLAND. - On the 8th August, at his residence, "Westward Ho," Yarram, George, loving husband of Mosina, and father of George (N.Z.F.F.), Harry, Hugh (A.I.F.), Theo. (A.I.F.), and Bob. New Zealand papers please copy . He was buried on 10 August 1919 in the Methodist section of the Alberton cemetery.
     His will was proved on 8 November 1919 at Victoria. George Bland of Yarram, formerly of Worange, ex grazier.

Children of George Bland and Mosina Thomas

George Bland

(22 June 1672 - )
     George Bland was christened on 22 June 1672 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Edward Bland and Rose Russell?
     George Bland married Mary Mot or Motte on 13 October 1690 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Child of George Bland and Mary Mot or Motte

George Bland

(before 8 May 1813 - before 30 November 1813)
     George Bland was born before 8 May 1813 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of John Bland and Mary Metcalf. George Bland was christened on 20 June 1813 in St Ethelbert, Hessett.
     George died before 30 November 1813 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was buried on 30 November 1813 in Hessett.

George Bland

(September 1828 - 31 October 1887)
     George Bland was born in September 1828 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of William John Bland and Mary Ann Froud or Frood. George Bland was christened on 2 November 1828 in Hessett.
     George Bland appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Bland and Mary Ann Froud or Frood in Great Green, Hessett.
     George Bland married Sarah Last in October 1848 in Hessett, Suffolk.
     George Bland and Sarah Last were recorded on the 1851 census in Hessett. George Bland, head, married, 22, lic. hawker born Hessett, Sarah, wife, 25, born Bradfield St George, James, son, 1, born Hessett. George Bland was listed in a directory dated 1855 as a shopkeeper at Hessett.
     George Bland and Sarah Last appeared on the 1861 census in the Green, Hessett. George Bland, head, married, 32, hawker & shopkeeper born Hessett, Sarah, wife 36 born Bradfield, William son 2? b. Hessett, Alice, daughter, 7 mths, born Hessett. Eliza Elsden, servant, unmarried, 13 years born Whepstead.
     George Bland married Mary Ann Unknown before 1871.
     George Bland and Mary Ann Unknown appeared on the 1871 census in Hessett. George Bland, head, 42, grocer & hawker born Hessett, Maryann wife, 46, born Ipswich, William son, 19, carpenter, born Hessett, Alice daughter, 10, scholar born Hessett.
     George Bland appeared on the 1881 census in on the west side of the street, Hessett.
     George Bland made a will dated 24 September 1887 in Hessett. This is the last will and testament of me George Bland of Hessett, Sfk grocer and draper I appoint my son William Bland and my son in law William Thompson (herinafter called my trustees) executors and trustees of my will I give all my ... estate and effects both real and personal unto my trustees upon trust to convert the same into money by sale or otherwise and to divide the proceeds equally (after paying thereout my debts funeral and testamentary expenses) between my two children the said William Bland and Alice the wife of the said William Thompson and the survivor of them unless either of them should die in my lifetime leaving children or a child in which case the share of him or her so dying shall go his his or her children or child and I revoke all former wills made by me In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand the twenty fourth day of September 1887 ... George Bland. in the presence of Harry Fuller, house surgeon Sfk Gen Hospital, Henry Bonner Clerk to Messrs Leech & son Solicitors BSE.
     George died on 31 October 1887 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, aged 59.
     His will was proved on 13 March 1888 at Bury St Edmunds. Proved at BSE 13 March 1888 by the oaths of William Bland the son and William Thompson the executors ... The testator George Bland was late of Hessett Sfk, grocer & draper and died on the 31 Oct 1887 at BSE. Personal estate £88.11.11 Leech & Son solicitors, BSE.

Children of George Bland and Sarah Last

George Bland

(28 January 1609/10 - before 23 December 1634)
     George Bland was christened on 28 January 1609/10 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Edward or Edmund Bland and Barbara Hynard.
     In Rose Unknown (Hynard)'s will dated 10 April 1632 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, George Bland was named as heir; Will of Rose Hynard (X) of BSE, widow dated 10 April 1632 I give to my daughter Barbara Bland, widow & my daughter Rose, wife of John Normanton, my lease of my messuage in Brentgovel Street, formerly in the tenure of my late husband Edmund and now occupied by me, Barbara Bland & Wm Medleditche. I authorize my 2 daughters, who I make ex'trices, to sell my messuage and use the money to pay the following legacies: £10 to my gr-child Rose Marshall, £15 to my gr-child Anne Pettyward, £20 to my gr-child Anne, wife of Frederick Godfrye, £15 to my gr-child Bridget Pettyward and 40s to my grandson John Bland; all to be paid within a year of my decease. I give my son-in-law John Normanton 40s to make him a ring. I give cousin Thomas Cheston of London 40s and Richard Cooper of Bury clothier; both to be paid after my decease. I will that my daughter Barbara Bland shall dwell in that part of my house where she now inhabits for 30 years if she live so long. I give her a feather bed, a feather bolster and my best covering. I give Anne Pettyward the featherbed that was her mother's, a feather bolster, a covering, 2 pairs sheets and a pillow. I give Bridget Pettyward a flockbed, a flock bolster, 2 pairs sheets and a covering. I give Mary Yonges widow, late wife of Thomas Yonges, my gold hoop ring. My late husband in his will gave legacies of £5 to Rose Marshall (by the name of Rose Bland) and of £10 each to Anne & Bridget Pettyward, and my will is that, if the law of the realm allows this sum of £25 to be recovered by my ex'trices, my legacies to these 3 shall be reduced by the sums left to them by my late husband. If Anne & Frederick Godfrye attempt to sue my ex'trices or refuse to release their interest in my messuage within 10 months of my decease, the legacy of £20 to Anne shall be void. The residue of my unbequeathed goods, plate, money, jewels and household stuff I give to my 2 daughters Barbara Bland and Rose Normanton my ex'trices. I give to my grandchildren John Normanton the younger, Thomas, Rose and Elizabeth Normanton 40s each to be paid by my daughter Rose Normanton when they are 24, I give my grandson Andrew Bland my silver wine cup. I give Edward, George, Edmund, Frances, Anne & Mary Bland my grandchildren 40s to be paid by my daughter Barbara Bland when 24. Witness: John Hyell, George Sparrose (X).
     George died before 23 December 1634 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was buried on 23 December 1634 in Bury St Edmunds.
     He was possibly the George Bland who was listed with Jo. Starcy & Ed.Page for 3 hearths (certified for poverty) at Kelsale in the 1674 hearth tax return.

George Bland

(circa 1840 - )
     George Bland was born circa 1840 in Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk.
     The marriage of George Bland and Jane Naomi Plummer was registered in Yarmouth RD, Norfolk, in the September 1869 quarter.
     George Bland and Jane Naomi Plummer appeared on the 1881 census in Gorleston, Suffolk. George Bland 40, shipwright, born Gt Yarmouth, Nfk, his wife Jane Bland 37, George Bland 11, Herbert Bland 10, Ernest Bland 8, Albert Bland 6, all born at Gt Yarmouth, Alice Bland 4, born Gorleston, Laura Bland 9 months born Goleston.

Child of George Bland and Jane Naomi Plummer

George Bland

(circa 1810 - before 23 September 1871)
     George Bland was born circa 1810 in Ely, Cambridgeshire.
     George Bland married Louisa Margaretta Playford on 23 August 1832 in Mildenhall, Suffolk.
     George Bland and Louisa Margaretta Playford appeared on the 1841 census in Market lane, Mildenhall, Suffolk. George Bland, 30, auctioneeer, Louisa aged 30, neither born in the county, Louisa 6, Amelia 5, Rosa 2, all born in the county.
     George Bland and Louisa Margaretta Playford were recorded on the 1851 census in Mildenhall, Suffolk, England.
     George Bland and Louisa Margaretta Playford appeared on the 1861 census in Mill Street, Mildenhall. George Bland, aged 51?, auctioneer, estate agent... born Ely Trinity?, Cambs with his wife Louisa M, aged 52, born Earls Colne, Essex and their daughters Louisa E aged 26, born Mildenhall, Amelia M, 25, Rosa E 33, all unmarried born at Mildenhall, plus two boarders and two servants.
     George Bland appeared on the 1871 census in Mildenhall. George, widower, aged 61 ... born Ely, Cambs with his children Louisa Elizabeth 36..., Rose E Bland 30? ...born Mildenhall.
     George died before 23 September 1871 in Mildenhall, Suffolk. He was buried on 23 September 1871 in St Mary, Mildenhall.

Children of George Bland and Louisa Margaretta Playford

George Bland

(24 April 1803 - )
     George Bland was christened on 24 April 1803 in Maidwell, Northamptonshire.
     George Bland married Charlotte Unknown.
     George Bland appeared on the 1841 census in Cavenham Hall, Cavenham, Suffolk. George Bland, 35, Male servant, not born in the county.
     George Bland was recorded on the 1851 census in Cavenham, Suffolk. George Bland, aged 47, married, was a butler, born Maidwell, Northants.

George A Bland

(March 1870 - )
     George A Bland's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1870 in Mucking, Essex. He was the son of Arthur Bland and Sarah Unknown. Sarah, Charlotte, Edith, Mary and George were listed as the children of Arthur Bland in the 1871 census in Mucking.

George Abraham Bland

(22 January 1883 - 4 January 1955)
     George Abraham Bland was born on 22 January 1883 in 'Mayfield', Woranga, Victoria. He was the son of George Bland and Mosina Thomas. George was an engineer.
     George Abraham Bland married Elizabeth Ann May, daughter of John George May and Emma Heath, in 1920 in Victoria.
     George Abraham Bland married Forester Kendall Uren on 13 December 1922 in Yarram, Victoria. BLAND-UREN.-On 13th December, at Yarram, by the Rev. H.R. Harris, George A., eldest son of the late George and Mrs. Bland of Yarram, to Forester K., second youngest daughter of the late William and Forester Uren, of Melbourne.
     George served in the Army from June 1941 to February 1943.
     George died on 4 January 1955 in Melbourne, Victoria, aged 71. He was buried on 4 January 1955 in the Methodist section, Alberton.

George? Bland

(before 1950? - )
     George? Bland was born before 1950?. He was the son of John Bland and Victoria Elizabeth Hartwell.

Godfrey Bland

( - before 18 July 1578)
     Godfrey Bland was the son of Henry Bland and Alice Greneleaf.
     Godfrey died before 18 July 1578 in Walton, Suffolk. He was buried on 18 July 1578 in St Mary, Walton. Godfrey Blande, son of Henry & Alice. A Margery Blane was buried there on 10 Mar 1565 & Agnis Blande on 22 June 1598.