Jane Emmeline Ryder

(say 1850 - 1921)
     Jane Emmeline Ryder was born say 1850.
     Jane Emmeline Ryder married Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar, son of Henry Hussey Vivian Dunbar and Anna Caddell, on 10 January 1880 in Nudgee, Queensland. Jane Emmeline Ryder was the informant at the death of Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar, on 24 February 1913.
     Jane died in 1921 in Brisbane, Queensland.

Children of Jane Emmeline Ryder and Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar

John Ryder

     John Ryder was the son of Thomas Ryther and Catherine Poole.
     John Ryder married Bridget Parvin.

John Ryder

     John Ryder was the son of John Ryder and Bridget Parvin.
     He married Elizabeth .... and had issue.

John Ryder

     John Ryder was also known as Ryther in records.

John Ryder (of Newbury)

     John Ryder (of Newbury) was the son of John Ryder. John Ryder (of Newbury) was also known as Ryther in records. He bore arms: Arms were granted to Antony & John Ryder of Newbury, sons of John Ryder, physicians. The arms were a variation on the Ryther arms.

Marianne Ryder

(20 September 1822 - )
     Marianne Ryder was born on 20 September 1822 She was the daughter of W Ryder & Anne (daughter of Rev William Ross) who married in 1821. See Brady?'s clerical and parochial records v. 2 under Gortroe & Dysert, Cloyne, for more on this family in Ireland.
     Marianne Ryder married secondly James Florence Murray on 15 August 1850 in Fermoy, Cork, Ireland. She was the widow of John Lesley Hendley or Hindley of the Bombay Army (one son John leslie Henry Headley of NZ). They had 6 surviving children.
     Marianne Ryder and James Florence Murray appeared on the 1871 census in Trinity Rd, Brooklands, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands. James F Murray, Head, m, 51 retired Lt Col of Infantry & Government Secretary Jersey, born British Guiana; his wife Marianne, F, 48, born Ireland; children William A F, 15, born Ireland, James T, 14, born East Indies, Francis S, 12, born East Indies, Charles F, 10, born East Indies, Marianne 8, born Ireland, Henry G, 4, born East Indies, with 3 servants
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Children of Marianne Ryder and James Florence Murray

Mary Ryder

     Mary Ryder was born. She married Sir Thomas Lake of Canons, Mdx. She was the daughter of Sir William Ryder Ryther and Elizabeth Stone.

Mary Ryder

(before 18 November 1652 - )
     Mary Ryder was born before 18 November 1652 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Ryther (of Haxey).

Nathaniel Ryder

(circa 1601 - )
     The 1591 pedigree lists him as Nathaniel, filius 2, 1623. Nathaniel Ryder was born circa 1601 in London. He was the son of Edward Ryther (of Leyton) and Margaret Stone.
     Nathaniel matriculated at New College, Oxford University, on 2 November 1621. Nathaniel Ryder, of London, gent. New College, matric 2 Nov 1621 aged 20.

Nathaniel Ryder Baron Harrowby

(3 July 1735 - 20 June 1803)
     Nathaniel Ryder Baron Harrowby was born on 3 July 1735 in London. He was the only son. He was the son of Sir Dudley Ryder and Ann Newnham. Nathaniel Ryder Baron Harrowby was christened on 15 July 1735 in St Andrew's, Holborn, London or Middlesex. Nathaniel son of Dudley Ryder, esquire & Ann, Chancery Lane.
     Nathaniel matriculated at Clare Hall, Cambridge University.
     Nathaniel Ryder Baron Harrowby married Elizabeth Terrick on 22 January 1762 in Lambeth, Surrey. Nathaniel was created Baron Harrowby, of Harrowby, Lincolnshire on 20 May 1776.
     Nathaniel died after a long illness on 14 May 1796 in Bath, Somerset, aged 60.
     Nathaniel died on 20 June 1803 aged 67.

Child of Nathaniel Ryder Baron Harrowby and Elizabeth Terrick

Richard Ryder

(10 August 1657 - 29 January 1734/35)
     Richard Ryder was also known as Ryther in records. He was born on 10 August 1657 in Bedworth, Warwickshire. He was the younger son. He was the son of Rev Dudley Ryder and Ann Bickley. Richard Ryder was christened on 16 August 1657 in Bedworth, Warwickshire.
     Richard Ryder married Elizabeth Marshall. She was his second wife. Richard Ryder was listed as a Freeman of the city of London, in 1717. He was a "respectable mercer in the Cloisters, West Smithfield, London, where his elder brother carried on the same business". He was also described as a citizen and skinner in the Master Skinners Company.
     Richard died on 29 January 1734/35 in Hackney, London, aged 77. 1733 according to DNB.

Child of Richard Ryder and Elizabeth Marshall

Richard Ryder

( - circa 1540)
     Richard Ryder was also known as Richard Ryder (of Mucklestone) in records.
     Richard died circa 1540.
     His will was proved in 1540 in Lichfield Diocese. Richard Ryder of Mucklestone.

Richard Ryder (of Haxey)

(11 April 1729 - )
     Richard Ryder (of Haxey) was christened on 11 April 1729 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Daniel Ryther (of Haxey) and Ann Unknown (Ryther).

Robert Ryder of Wisbech

(circa 1600 - 1638)
     Robert Ryder of Wisbech married Anne Pope. She was the daughter of Dudley Pope. Robert Ryder of Wisbech was born circa 1600. He was the son of link to Harrowby Ryther.
     Robert died in 1638 in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

Child of Robert Ryder of Wisbech and Anne Pope

Susan Ryder

     Susan Ryder was born in Kent. She married as his thrid wife, Sir Thomas Cæsar, one of the barons of the exchequer, afterwards remarried to Mr. Thomas Philipot, second son of Sir John Philipott, of Compton Wascelin, in Hampshire, (fn. 2) whom she likewise survived, and at her death gave [Eythorne estate] to her only son by her second husband, Mr. Villiers Philipott. She was the daughter of Sir William Ryder Ryther and Elizabeth Stone.

Thomas Ryder

(21 May 1582 - before 1584)
     Thomas Ryder was christened on 21 May 1582 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Richard Ryther (of Epworth) and Ellen Fox.
     Thomas died before 1584. If the brother of the second Thomas..

Thomas Ryder

(before 27 October 1647 - )
     Thomas Ryder was born before 27 October 1647 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Ryther (of Haxey).

William Ryder

(circa 1600 - )
     William Ryder was born circa 1600. He was the son of Edward Ryther (of Leyton) and Margaret Stone.

William Ryder

(16 April 1581 - )
     William Ryder was christened on 16 April 1581 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Richard Ryther (of Epworth) and Ellen Fox.

William Ryder

(1653 - )
     William Ryder was christened in 1653 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Ryther (of Haxey).

Elizabeth Ryther (Babthorpe?)

     Elizabeth Ryther (Babthorpe?) was the daughter of Sir William Ryther and Elizabeth Gascoigne.

Walter de Ryther

(circa 1120 - circa 1166)
     Walter de Ryther was born circa 1120.
     Walter de Rithre witnessed a charter of Alice de St Quintin to Nun Appleton priory c. 1148-61 - the date being after the death of the grantor's first husband, and at the latest before the death of archbishop Theobald, who confirmed the gift.
     Walter died circa 1166.

Child of Walter de Ryther

Adam Ryther

(before 1240 - )
     Adam Ryther was born before 1240.
     Adam Ryther married Julian Unknown (Ryther) before 22 July 1262.
     Adam Ryther was party to a land transaction on 22 July 1262 in Yorkshire. On 22 July 1262 a fine was enrolled between John of Kegworth, plaintiff; and Adam of Rye & Julian his wife impedients: as to a toft and 20 acres 3 roods of land in Secroft.
The right of John, as of the gift of Adam & Julian; together with a yearly rent 3 shillings, 15 acres of wood lying between the wood of Henry of Lascy and that of the abbot of Kirekstall, all the meadow once held by Peter of Osmundestorp in the meadow called Woodenge ....
     At York on 16 June 1269 before the Justices of the Eyre a fine was recorded between the Master of the Order of the Knights of the Temple in England,by Adam of the Mill his attorney, plaintiff; and Adam of Rythere adn Julian his wife, impedients: re 4 tofts, 4 bovates 8 acres of land and 4 acres of meadow in Osmundesthorp. The right of the Master, as of the gift of A dam & Julian: to hold to teh Master, his successors and the Brethren of the Order, of Adam 7 Julian and her heirs; in frankalmoign quit of all secular service. Warranty. The Master gives 12 marks of silver.

Adam Ryther

( - 2 September 1587)
     Adam was buried on 2 September 1587 in Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire.

Adam Ryther

(say 1370 - )
     Adam Ryther was born say 1370.
     Adam Ryther served in the military He was listed as an archer in Thomas de Mowbray (Earl of Nottingham)'s company, part of the standing force Scotland (East March) in 1389/90.

Agnes Ryther

(circa 1570 - )
     Agnes Ryther was born circa 1570 in Hampshire, England. She was the daughter of Unknown Ryther.
     Agnes Ryther married Thomas Heath on 12 May 1589 in Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire, England.

Alice Ryther

(21 December 1656 - )
     Alice Ryther was born on 21 December 1656 in Kirkgait, Leeds, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Christopher Ryther and Jennit Brear. Alice Ryther was christened on 4 January 1657/58 in St Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Alice Ryther

(9 February 1588/89 - )
     Alice Ryther was also known as Ryder in records. She was christened on 9 February 1588/89 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Richard Ryther (of Epworth) and Ellen Fox.

Alice Ryther

(6 January 1669/70 - )
     Alice Ryther was christened on 6 January 1669/70 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Ryther and Elizabeth Unknown (Ryther).

Alice Ryther

(31 May 1540 - 16 March 1589)
     Alice Ryther was christened on 31 May 1540 in Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire. She was the daughter of Unknown Ryther and Alice Unknown.
     Alice was buried on 16 March 1589 in Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire.