Silas Ruby

     Silas Ruby married Clara Staats in 1880 in Iowa, USA.

Silas Garrett Ruby

(20 September 1852 - circa October 1923)
     Silas Garrett Ruby was christened on 20 September 1852 in St John's, Newfoundland. He was the son of William Ruby and Ann Garrett.
     Silas Garrett Ruby married Ann Guzwell on 28 March 1873 in St John's, Newfoundland. He left his wife around the time of the birth of his son Kenneth.
     Silas Garrett Ruby married secondly Clarissa Roseanna Staats on 24 July 1880 in Iowa, USA. He had about 12 children.
     Silas died by drowning circa October 1923 in Iowa river, USA.

Children of Silas Garrett Ruby and Ann Guzwell

Silas Garrett Ruby

(9 July 1871 - 24 March 1955)
     Silas Garrett Ruby was born on 9 July 1871 in St John's, Newfoundland. He was the son of George Ruby and Matilda Chafe.
     Silas Garrett Ruby married Mary Hannah Bartlett Whitten.
     Silas died St. John’s Daily News, Friday, Mar. 25, 1955 reported:
DEATH: RUBY
– Passed peacefully away Thursday, March 24th, Silas Garrett, eldest son of the late George and Matilda Ruby in his 84th year, leaving to mourn 4 sons, 3 daughters, 2 step-sons and 3 sisters. Funeral will take place Saturday 2.30 p.m. by motor hearse from Carnell’s Funeral Home to St. Matthew’s Church, Bay Bulls Road on 24 March 1955 in St John's, Newfoundland, Canada, aged 83.

Child of Silas Garrett Ruby and Mary Hannah Bartlett Whitten

Simeon Ruby

(13 December 1822 - September 1886)
     Simeon Ruby was also known as Simon in records. He was born on 13 December 1822 in Millbrook, Maker, Cornwall. He was the son of William Henry Ruby and Ann Jeffery. Simeon Ruby was christened on 16 February 1823 in the Bible Christian chapel, Devonport, Devon. Simon the son of William Henry Ruby of the parish of Maker in the county of Cornwall and Ann his wife, the daughter of James & Elizabeth Jeffry, was born on the 13 December 1822 and was baptised .... 16 Feb 1823 at the parish. He was christened on 26 September 1827 in the Morrice St Wesleyan chapel, Devonport, Devon.
     Simeon Ruby appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Henry Ruby and Ann Jeffery in Battery St, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon.
     The marriage of Simeon Ruby and Maria Ham was registered in Plymouth, Devon, in the June 1846 quarter.
     Simeon Ruby and Maria Ham were recorded on the 1851 census in 9 St Mary St, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon. Simen Ruby, head, 28, cordwainer, born Maker, Cornwall; Mary, 29, his wife, born Plymouth, Reuben, son aged 2, born East Stonehouse & John Henry, son aged 7 months, ditto. Simeon was a cordwainer in 1851, Devonport, Stoke Damerel.
     Simeon Ruby and Maria Ham appeared on the 1861 census in Adelaide St, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon. Simeon Ruby aged 38, seaman r..., born Millbrook, Cornwall, with his wife Mary aged 39/34. born Plymouth, son Reuben aged 12, son John aged 10, daughter Hannah aged 9, all born at E Stonehouse.
     The marriage of Simeon Ruby and an unknown person was registered in East Stonehouse RD, Devon, in the June 1861 quarter. Very unlikely to be this Simeon.
     Simeon Ruby and Maria Ham appeared on the 1881 census in 15 Penrose Street, Plymouth, St Andrew, Devon. Simeon Ruby aged 58, married, born at Millbrook, Cornwall, a pensioner boot maker and his wife Mary aged 59, born Plymouth.
     Simeon's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1886 in Plymouth, Devon.

Children of Simeon Ruby and Maria Ham

Simeon Ruby

(25 March 1787 - March 1871)
     Simeon Ruby was christened on 25 March 1787 in Menheniot, Cornwall. He was the son of Edward Ruby and Elizabeth Chapman.
     Simeon Ruby married Mary Short on 15 July 1811 in Maker, Cornwall.
     Simeon Ruby and Mary Short appeared on the 1841 census in Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon. Simion Ruby, 50? Navy, Mary 50, Jane 15, Thomas 14, Emma? 12, none born in the county, Ellen 8, born in the county.
     He does not appear in the 1851 census for Devon.
     Simeon Ruby appeared on the 1861 census in Lanes Court, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon. Simon Ruby, head, widower, aged 72, waterman, born Minenett [Menheniot], Cornwall.
     Simeon's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1871 in East Stonehouse RD, Devon. He was buried on 29 March 1871 in Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon. Simeon Ruby, aged 80 of 3 Pound St, Stonehouse.

Children of Simeon Ruby and Mary Short

Simeon Ruby

(26 January 1853 - 28 August 1876)
     Simeon Ruby was also known as Simon in records. He was born on 26 January 1853 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel RD, Devon. He was the son of Simeon Ruby and Sarah Nodes. Simeon Ruby was christened on 7 March 1853 in St James the Great, Devonport, Devon. Simeon and Thomas were listed as the children of Sarah Nodes in the 1861 census in 9 Emma Place, Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon. Simeon, Thomas and Ellen were listed as the children of Sarah Nodes in the 1871 census in 74 Conway? St, Portsea, Hampshire.
     Simeon served in the Royal Navy was a seaman. He was engaged from 4 August 1873 for 10 years. He was 5' 3", with brown hair & grey eyes with a fresh complexion, and a baker. He was discharged dead 28 August 1876 after intermittant fever between 1873 and 1876.
     Simeon died on 28 August 1876 aged 23.

Simeon Ruby

(December 1828 - 13 July 1858)
     Simeon Ruby was born in December 1828 in Millbrook, Maker, Cornwall.
     Simeon Ruby married Sarah Nodes on 4 September 1848 in Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon.
     Simeon Ruby lived at Plymouth, Devon. He was a boatswain in the Royal Navy.
     Simeon died on HMS "Esk" on 13 July 1858 aged 29.
     His will was proved in 1861 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. Ruby, Simeon, effects under £100. Queens Pay. 8 July 1861. Will of Simeon Ruby late Boatswain belonging HMS Esk who died 13 July 1858 at sea, proved PPR by oath of Sarah Ruby of 15 Emma Place, Charlotte Street, New Passage, Plymouth, Devon relict and executor.

Children of Simeon Ruby and Sarah Nodes

son Ruby

(13 December 1701 - before 16 December 1701)
     Son Ruby was born on 13 December 1701 in Widecombe, Devon. William Ruby had a son born 13 Dec and put it to the earth 16th same.. He was the son of William Ruby and Mary Unknown.
     Son died before 16 December 1701 in Widecombe, Devon. He was buried on 16 December 1701 in Widecombe, Devon.

son Ruby

(1953 - )
     Son Ruby was stillborn in 1953 in Broken Hill, New South Wales. He was the son of Jack Lewis? Ruby.

Stanley Ruby

(1890 or 1910 - )
     Stanley Ruby was born in 1890 or 1910. He was the son of William Ruby and Maria Arscott.
     Stanley Ruby appeared on the 1901 census in Plymouth, Devon. Stanley Ruby, aged 10, born Plymouth.
     Stanley Ruby married Ethel Ida Morgan on 15 April 1933 in St Budeaux, Devon.

Stanley Reece Ruby

(20 June 1886 - 20 June 1886)
     Stanley died on 20 June 1886 in Newfoundland, Canada. He was born on 20 June 1886 in Newfoundland. He was the son of Samuel Ruby and Jane Pearce.

Stephen Ruby

(7 April 1695 - )
     Stephen Ruby was christened on 7 April 1695 in Modbury, Devon. He was the son of John Ruby and Joan Unknown.

Steven Ruby

(18 September 1605 - )
     Steven Ruby was christened on 18 September 1605 in Modbury, Devon. He was the son of Michael Ruby and Joan or Johan Unknown.
     Steven Ruby married Mary Willinge on 31 July 1630 in Ermington, Devon.

Children of Steven Ruby and Mary Willinge

Steven Ruby

(say 1630 - )
     Steven Ruby was born say 1630 in England. There is no evidence for this link. He was the son of Steven Ruby and Mary Willinge.
     Steven Ruby married Eleanor Wakeham on 30 June 1652 in Modbury, Devon.

Children of Steven Ruby and Eleanor Wakeham

Steven Ruby

(2 November 1659 - 29 June 1661)
     Steven Ruby was born on 2 November 1659 in Modbury, Devon. He was the son of Steven Ruby and Eleanor Wakeham.
     Steven died on 29 June 1661 in Modbury, Devon, aged 1.

Susan J Ruby

(before April 1848 - )
     Susan J Ruby was born before April 1848 in Widecombe, Devon. She was the daughter of Henry Ruby and Susanna May. William, John, Susan, George and Mary were listed as the children of Henry Ruby in the 1851 census in Widecombe.
     Susan J Ruby appeared on the 1861 census in the Hospital, Exeter, Devon.

Susanna Ruby

(25 May 1805 - )
     Susanna Ruby was also known as Susanne in records. She was born on 25 May 1805 in Widecombe, Devon. She was the daughter of William Ruby and Mary Rendle. Susanna Ruby was christened on 16 June 1805 in Widecombe.
     Susanna Ruby married John Penwill on 21 May 1829 in Ashburton, Devon.
     Susanna Ruby and John Penwill were recorded on the 1851 census in Old Mill, Ashburton, Devon. John Penwell 47, born Totnes; his wife Susanna Penwell 46, born Widecombe in the Moor, Mary Penwell 4 born Ashburton.

Child of Susanna Ruby and John Penwill

Susanna Ruby

(1 April 1823 - June 1905)
     Susanna Ruby was christened on 1 April 1823 in Abbotskerswell, Devon. Her age in the 1841 census suggests an 1826 birth - possibly died young and next child called Susan. She was the daughter of John Ruby and Elizabeth Carpenter.
     Susanna Ruby appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Ruby and Elizabeth Carpenter in Abbotskerswell.
     The marriage of Susanna Ruby and William Webber Pascoe was registered in Newton Abbot RD, in the March 1850 quarter.
     Susanna Ruby and William Webber Pascoe were recorded on the 1851 census in Abbotskerswell. William Pascoe, head, 28, wheelwright & smith, master, born Newton Abbott, wife Susan 28, born Abbotskerswell, son Richard 5 months, born Abbotskerswell with 2 apprentices. In 1861 they were in Gillingham, Wilthsire, in 1871 in Wilton, Wiltshire, 1881 & 1891 Paignton, Devon, in 1901 at Tormoham & Torquay.
     Susanna Ruby and William Webber Pascoe appeared on the 1881 census in Railway Hotel, Gerston Place, Paignton, Totnes, Devon. William Pascoe, 58, Inn-keeper, born Newton Abbot, wife Susan, 58, born Abbotskerswell, Devon, son Fred married 30, upholsterer, born Abbotskerswell, Ellen, daughter in law, 26, born Ireland, upholsterer's wife, William, son, 21, single, born Bourton, Dorset, cab proprietor, Samuel, son, 119, cab proprietor, born Bourton, Dorset, Maria Peake, lodger 35.
     Susanna Ruby appeared on the 1901 census in 'Hill park', Torquay, Devon. Susan Pascoe widow, 78, living on own means, was residieng with her son Samuel Pascoe and his family.
     Susanna's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1905 in Torquay, Devon.

Children of Susanna Ruby and William Webber Pascoe

Susanna Ruby

(15 May 1636 - )
     Susanna Ruby was christened on 15 May 1636 in Modbury, Devon. She was the daughter of Christopher Ruby and Margery Michell.

Teresa Margaret Ruby

(1874 - 1874)
     Teresa died in 1874 in Nagambie, Victoria. She was born in 1874 in Nagambie, Victoria. She was the daughter of David Ruby and Annie Hogan.

Thelma Ruby

(1909 - 1909)
     Thelma died in 1909 in Maryborough, Victoria. She was born in 1909 in Maryborough, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Ruby and Eva Muriel Gillies.

Thelma Marguerite Ruby

(3 February 1917 - 2001)
     Thelma Marguerite Ruby married Patrick Cavanagh. Thelma Marguerite Ruby was born on 3 February 1917 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Richard Norman Ruby and Mary Louisa Annear.
     Thelma died in 2001 in New Zealand.

Thomas Ruby

(12 February 1802 - before 5 September 1821)
     Thomas Ruby was born on 12 February 1802 in Widecombe, Devon. He was the son of William Ruby and Mary Rendle. Thomas Ruby was christened on 3 March 1802 in Widecombe.
     Thomas died before 5 September 1821 in Stibaton, Devon. He was buried on 5 September 1821 in South Brent, Devon. He was of Stibaton.

Thomas Ruby

(16 March 1817 - )
     Thomas Ruby was christened on 16 March 1817 in Abbotskerswell, Devon. He was the son of John Ruby and Elizabeth Carpenter.
Thomas Ruby was apprenticed on 25 March 1828 in Abbotskerswell. Thomas Ruby, male 9 years, son of John & Elizabeth his wife of Abbotskerswell, assigned to Thomas Maddicott farmer of A/K until he attains the age of 21 years (10/- fee) -- in this case.
     Thomas Ruby appeared on the 1841 census in Sutcombe St, Chagford, Devon. Thomas Ruby, 25, J wheelwright, born in the county, in the household of William & Maria Perrott, aged 30 & 25 and their three children.
     The marriage of Thomas Ruby and Mary Mudge was registered in Newton Abbot RD, Devon, in the March 1849? Quarter. A Thomas Ruby married in Mar 1849 at Newton Abbott RD Louisa Augusta Lindsey - the Western Times on Sat 17 Feb 1849 reported Marriage: Feb 11, in the Abbey Road Independent Chapel, Torquay, Mr Thomas Ruby of Abbotskerwell, to Miss L Lindsey, or Mar 1845 in Exeter RD to a Mary Westaway. A Mary Ann Mudge married Sep qtr 1845 in Newton Abbott. Mary Westaway aged 35 was a general servant in Newton Abbott in 1841 and is not identifiable there in 1851.
Louisa Lindsay aged 20 was living with Rebecca Burn (20) in the 1841 census at Abbey Place, Tor Moham - occupation illegible but probably female servant.
     Thomas Ruby and Mary Mudge were recorded on the 1851 census in Courtenay Street, Newton Abbot, Wolborough. Thomas Ruby, hd, married, 36, coachbuilder and wheelwright, born Abbotskerswell; Mary Ruby, wife aged 44, grocer, born Bovey Tracey; Elizabeth Mudge, mother-in-law. wid. 76, Elizabeth Mudge, sister-in-law, unmarried, 46, housekeeper, both born Bovey Tracey; Maria Turner, servant, unmarried, 33, house servant, born Preston. Thomas was a coachbuilder in 1851, in Newton Abbot, Devon.
     See Western Times - Saturday 13 September 1851 for an account of Pascoe, wheelwright, covering his brother in law Thomas Ruby's forgery and Thomas was believed to have departed for Quebec on the Queen Victoria.
     The Western Times 29 Nov 1856 reported on the case of Shapley vs Ruby. Plaintiff is the assistant overseer of Torquay, and lives at Abbotskerswell. The action was brought to recover £2, money lent. Mr. Francis appeared tor the plaintiff. The following is the evidence : Thomas Shapley had a son apprenticed to a Mr. Pascoe, son-in-law of defendant, and was to pay £14 premium, half at starting and the remainder when half the time had been passed. On the 3rd June he received a note from Pascoe requesting the 1567 as a favour, (previous to Midsummer when it was due), for which he would give £1 a discount. He did not send it, however, as he was suspicious. On the 29th June defendant brought another note from Mrs. Pascoe, requesting the money, or a portion of it, only £2 or £3, and defendant brought it. He wrote a check for two pounds, but said he did not consider he owed Mr. Pascoe anything. for he had neglected to bring on his son as he ought, and added " if I let you have the money I lend to you and shall expect it from you again," to which defendant replied very well. Pascoe had left the county before the check was given, and had not been seen since, the business and stock had all been sold by defendant, who had pocketed the proceeds. Mary Shapley corroborated a part of her husband's evidence, and said defendant had admitted to her on Thursday that had sent the £2 to Newton for goods.
Thomas Ruby was sent by Mrs. Pascoe for the money on the 27th June. Mrs. Pascoe told him there was £7 due, and asked him to get what could it. Went and saw Shapley, who said he had money, but ultimately wrote check and gave to witness. Nothing was said about plaintiff's sou not being properly treated, not a word was said about lending him the money, or he should have returned the check again. Did not know what was the check till at some distance from the house, when he saw 'twas for £2; took it back to Mrs. Pascoe, who sent to Newton for coal and iron, which was used the trade. Witness sold the goods and stock of Pascoe about five weeks after, as he held a bill of sale on it, and paid himself as far as he could.
George Ruby, baker, of Abbotskerswell, was at work in a field, when plaintiff came him and asked him to make up the two—cases that of Rendell v Shapley, and the present. Plaintiff bought some plank at Pascoe's sale, which he tried to set against the £2, but the auctioneer entered action tor the money, and he had paid it, and plaintiff told him (witness) that if Rendell summoned him for the plank would sue witness's father for the £2, swear he lent it him. His Honour considered it very extraordinary that plaintiff should offer lend the £2 to defendant who never asked for it, and the attempt of plaintiff recover the money by purchase of planks was clear to him that he considered it Pascoe's affair; he would, therefore, give judgment of non-suit..

Thomas Ruby

(21 October 1821 - )
     Thomas Ruby was christened on 21 October 1821 in Holne, Devon. He was the son of George Ruby and Jane Cruse.

Thomas Ruby

(circa 1675? - )
     Thomas Ruby was born circa 1675?.
     Thomas Ruby married Ann More on 7 December 1701 in St Mary Major, Exeter, Devon. Thomas Raby and Ann More.. Thomas was present at Grace Ruby's christening on 30 June 1702 in Exeter, St Mary Major, Devon. Thomas was present at Ann Ruby's christening on 14 January 1703/4 in Exeter, St Mary Major, Devon.

Children of Thomas Ruby and Ann More

Thomas Ruby

(25 November 1638 - )
     Thomas Ruby was christened on 25 November 1638 in Buckland Monachorum, Devon. He was the son of John Ruby and Alicia Gye.
     Thomas died in Buckland Monachorum, Devon. Died in infancy..

Thomas Ruby

(1760 - before 3 June 1827)
     Thomas Ruby was born in 1760 in Jacobstowe, Devon. He was the son of John Ruby and Elizabeth Lang. Thomas Ruby was named as the father [by R:Mother] in a bastardy examination in 1789 in Exbourne, Devon.
     Thomas Ruby married Mary Rowe on 27 September 1789 in Jacobstowe, Devon.      
Thomas Ruby claimed settlement at Exbourne!!Born in Jacobstowe, lived there till 12, apprenticed himself to Rev. John Vickary of Okehampton till 21, after 4½ years taken ill and returned to his parents who were living in Inwardleigh, he went to Jacobstowe and worked for Mr George Hill by the year, went to St Giles on the Heath for a year and returned to Mr Hill for a year, a year with Richard Turner in Jacobstowe and then a year in Egg Buckland, returned to Exbourne as a weekly or daily labourer and married there in 1795 from Exbourne, Devon.      
Thomas Ruby and Mary Rowe were named on a removal order in 1797 in Egg Buckland, Devon. Thomas Ruby, Mary his wife and Mary 5, William 3 and Martha 1 their children, were removed to Egg Buckland from Exbourne.
     Thomas Ruby married Margaret Unknown before 1800.
     Thomas died before 3 June 1827 in Plymouth, Devon. He was buried on 3 June 1827 in Plymouth, St Andrew.

Child of Thomas Ruby

Children of Thomas Ruby and Mary Rowe

Child of Thomas Ruby and Margaret Unknown

Thomas Ruby

(25 December 1803 - before 27 February 1870)
     Thomas Ruby was christened on 25 December 1803 in Inwardleigh, Devon. He was the son of John Ruby and Margaret Gale.
     Thomas Ruby married Harriet Shore on 26 March 1826 in Sampford Courtenay, Devon.      
Thomas Ruby and Harriet Shore were named on a removal order in 1827 in Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, Harriet his wife and Mary Ann their daughter, aged 6 months, to Inwardleigh from Sampford Courtney. Thomas Ruby witnessed John Potter and Dinah Ruby's wedding on 21 April 1839 in Inwardleigh, Okehampton RD, Devon.
     Thomas Ruby and Harriet Shore appeared on the 1841 census in Cornish Park, Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, 36, ag lab, his wife Harriott, 35, with Mary 14, John 12, Thomas 10, Harriott 3, Elizabeth 30, Ann Arnell 13, inmate? (crossed through) all born in the county.
     Thomas Ruby was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 in 1842 in Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby occupied land - plot 1110.
     Thomas Ruby and Harriet Shore were recorded on the 1851 census in Chastys Cottage, Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, aged 46, ag. lab. born Inwardleigh, with his wife Harriet aged 47 born Inwardleigh, and children Harriet 14, Emanuel 7, and his sister Elizabeth aged 43, unmarried, all born at Inwardleigh and John Parker, a visitor, aged 30, unmarried, born Dolton, Devon.
     Thomas Ruby and Harriet Shore appeared on the 1861 census in Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, 57, ag. lab. and his wife Harriett, 58, both born Inwardleigh and their son Emmanuel 11, born Inwardleigh and a lodger John Rich, labourer, aged 67, born Okehampton.
     Thomas's death was registered in the quarter ending before 27 February 1870 in Inwardleigh, Tavistock RD, Devon. He was buried on 27 February 1870 in Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, of Folly [Gate], aged 66.

Children of Thomas Ruby and Harriet Shore

Thomas Ruby

(December 1854 - June 1918)
     Thomas Ruby was born in December 1854 in Inwardleigh, Okehampton RD, Devon. He was the son of John Ruby and Elizabeth Dustan. Eliza, Thomas, Mary and John were listed as the children of John Ruby in the 1861 census in Millbrook, Inwardleigh/Maker, Devon/Cornwall.
     Thomas Ruby appeared on the 1871 census in Higher Woodhall, Exbourne, Devon. Thomas Ruby aged 17, born Inwardleigh, was an indoor? farm servant in the household of Richard Westlake.
     Thomas Ruby married Mary Jane Kemp before July 1875 in Okehampton RD, Devon.
     Thomas Ruby and Mary Jane Kemp appeared on the 1881 census in Sticklepath, Sampford Courtenay, Devon. Thomas Ruby aged 25, born Inwardleigh, millers waggoner (Carman), with his wife Mary J aged 26, and children John aged 5, Ellen J aged 3, Emma aged 10 months and sister Emma aged 18, unmarried, all born at Okehampton.
     Thomas Ruby and Mary Jane Kemp appeared on the 1891 census in Higher Stockbeare, Teach Moor, Jacobstowe, Devon. Thomas Ruby, 35, labourer, born Inwardleigh; his wife Mary J 34, born Okehampton; children William 8, Samuel 6,both born at Sticklepath, Ernest 3, born Exbourne, and Emma 10, born Okehampton.
     Thomas Ruby appeared on the 1901 census in Jacobstowe, Devon. Thomas Ruby, aged 45, born Inwardleigh, stockman on farm at Jacobstowe; Mary Ruby, aged 45, born Okehampton.
     Thomas's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1918 in Holsworthy RD, Devon.

Children of Thomas Ruby and Mary Jane Kemp