Elizabeth Terrick

(12 May 1739 - 24 August 1804)
     Elizabeth Terrick was christened on 12 May 1739. She was the daughter and co-heir of Richard Terrick, Bishop of London, by Tabitha, daughter of the Rev William Stainforth.
     Elizabeth Terrick married Nathaniel Ryder Baron Harrowby, son of Sir Dudley Ryder and Ann Newnham, on 22 January 1762 in Lambeth, Surrey.
     Elizabeth died on 24 August 1804 in Park Street, London, aged 65.

Child of Elizabeth Terrick and Nathaniel Ryder Baron Harrowby

Ann Terry

(circa 1801 - 27 October 1890)
     Ann Terry was born circa 1801.
     Ann Terry married Charles Putland, son of William Putland and Esther Noakes, on 15 November 1813 in Westham, Sussex.
     Ann Terry and Charles Putland appeared on the 1841 census in Willingdon. Charles Putland 53, ag. lab., Ann 51, Matilda 10, Alfred 7, all born in the county.
     Ann Terry and Charles Putland appeared on the 1871 census in Willingdon. Charles Putland 83, kept by his children, born Willingdon with his wife Ann Putland 80, born Westham. Ann Terry was buried on 27 October 1890 in Willingdon.
     Ann died on 27 October 1890 in Willingdon, Sussex.

Children of Ann Terry and Charles Putland

Lt Col Gerard Prideaux Tharp

(circa 1890? - 28 March 1934)
     Lt Col Gerard Prideaux Tharp was born circa 1890? In Chippenham, Cambridgeshire, England.
     He served as an officer in the Rifle Brigade.
     Dora Maryon Wesley Hall married secondly Lt Col Gerard Prideaux Tharp on 12 March 1918 in St James, Piccadilly, London, England. The marriage took place very quietly at St James church, Piccadilly, on Tuesday March 12, between Major Gerard Tharp, Rifle Brigade, General Staff, son of the late Horace Neville Tharp, of Crossmaglen, county Armagh, and Dora, widow of Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. George Morris, Irish Guards, and daughter of the late James Wesley Hall, of Melbourne.
     Gerard died on 28 March 1934.

Children of Lt Col Gerard Prideaux Tharp and Dora Maryon Wesley Hall

Helena Mary Philippa Tharp

(say 1930 - circa 1991)
     Helena Mary Philippa Tharp was commonly known as Phillipa. She was christened say 1930 in the Chapel Royal, St James Palace, London, England. The baptism of the infant daughter of Lt-Col Gerard Prideaux Tharp, Rifle Brigade, and Mrs Gerard Prideaux Tharp took place on Saturday afternoon, in the Chapel Royal, St James Palace, by permission of the King. The child was given the names of Helena Mary Philippa. The sponsors were Pricess Christain (who stood in person) Lady Henry Cavendish Bentinck, General Sir Arthur Annesley, and General T S Hollond. The service was conducted by Canon Edgar Sheppard, Sub Dean of the Chapel Royal.. She was born say 1930 in England. She was the daughter of Lt Col Gerard Prideaux Tharp and Dora Maryon Wesley Hall.
     Helena died circa 1991 in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire, England.

John David Annesley Tharp

(22 August 1922 - 14 April 1943)
     John David Annesley Tharp was born on 22 August 1922 in England. He was the son of Lt Col Gerard Prideaux Tharp and Dora Maryon Wesley Hall. John served in the Royal Air Force. He was a pilot - Flying Officer 116059, 255 Squadron, RAF Volunteer Reserve.
     John died on 14 April 1943 in Africa aged 20. Dora wrote from Chippenham Park to Ashby in Feb 8 [1944?] saying " my beloved John is still missing. We know nothing except that they were chasing an unidentified aircraft over the sea off Algiers at night...
He is commemorated on the war memorial at Malta - panel 6 column 2..

Ada Hilda Theak

( - 1951)
     Ada Hilda Theak married Samuel Charles Bullett, son of Samuel Charles Bullett and Sarah Ann Kilburn, in 1920 in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia.
     Ada died in 1951 in Redfern, New South Wales.

Barbara Theaker

(circa 1695 - before 6 March 1732/33)
     Barbara Theaker was born circa 1695 in Yorkshire.
     Barbara Theaker married John Stanser, son of Gervas Stanser and Isabel Unknown (Stanser), on 17 May 1715 in St Peter, Hayton, Nottinghamshire. As of 6 March 1733, Barbara Theaker was also known as Stansel in records.
     Barbara died before 6 March 1732/33 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. She was buried on 6 March 1732/33 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. Barbara, wife John Stansel, labourer.

Children of Barbara Theaker and John Stanser

Elizabeth Theaker

(circa 1780 - )
     Elizabeth Theaker was born circa 1780 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
     Elizabeth Theaker married John Stanser, son of John Stancer and Ann Reaynes, on 26 November 1810 in St Mary, Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
     Elizabeth Theaker and John Stanser appeared on the 1841 census in Lead Hill, Worksop. John Stancer, 60, currier & Elizabeth Stancer, 60, both born in the county.
     Elizabeth Theaker and John Stanser were recorded on the 1851 census in Collinson's Yard, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. John & Elizabeth Stancer, both aged 70, ag labourer & labourer's wife, both born at Worksop.

John Theaker

(say 1750 - )
     John Theaker was born say 1750 in Bole, Nottinghamshire.
     John Theaker married Elizabeth Stanser, daughter of Matthew Stanser and Ann Waller, on 3 December 1776 in St Peter & St Paul, Sturton le Steeple.

unknown ferch Thedeu

     Unknown ferch Thedeu was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Thedeu ap Peredur (?).
     Unknown ferch Thedeu married Morgan ab Athrwys, King of Glywysing, son of Athrwys ap Meurig.

Edward Thelwall

     Edward Thelwall was the son of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall).

Jane Thelwall (Williams)

(25 December 1665 - )
     Jane Thelwall (Williams) was born on 25 December 1665. She was the daughter of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall).
     She married in 1689 Sir William Williams, Bart of Llanforda, who, succeeding under the will of Sir John Wynn, last Bt. grandson, through his son Henry, of Sir John Wynn, 1st Bart., to the estates of the House of Watstay, assumed the additonal surname and arms of Wynn. He succeeded to the Baronetcy at the decease of his father 1740. From Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn derived the present Sir Watkins Williams-Wynn, 10th Bart..

Child of Jane Thelwall (Williams)

John Thelwall

     John Thelwall was the son of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall).

Mariana Thelwall

(8 May 1673 - )
     Mariana Thelwall was born on 8 May 1673 in Wales. She was the daughter of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall).

Mary Thelwall (Vaughan)

(20 November 1671 - )
     Mary Thelwall (Vaughan) was born on 20 November 1671. She was the daughter of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall).

Sidney Thelwall (Wynne)

(16 July 1670 - )
     Sidney Thelwall (Wynne) was born on 16 July 1670. She was the daughter of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall).

Simon Thelwall

     Simon Thelwall was the son of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall).

William Thelwall

     William Thelwall was the son of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall).

Hannah Theobald

(circa 1823 - )
     Hannah Theobald was born circa 1823 in Alpheton, Suffolk.
     Hannah Theobald married George Cocksedge, son of George Cocksedge and Ann Reeman, on 20 February 1858 in Alpheton, Suffolk.
     Hannah Theobald and George Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Cockfield, Suffolk. George Cocksedge, aged 26, ag labourer, born Cockfield, with his wife Hannah aged 27, born Alpheton and son Abraham 3 born Alpheton.
     Hannah Theobald and George Cocksedge appeared on the 1881 census in Crimbalos, Cockfield. George. 45, with his wife Hannah aged 47, born Alpheton; and children Frederick 19, Ann 17, John 16, George 11, Anna 8 and Eliza 5, all born at Cockfield.

Children of Hannah Theobald and George Cocksedge

Lucy Therkettel

(before 1595 - )
     Lucy Therkettel was born before 1595.
     Lucy Therkettel married Richard Trull, son of Robert Trull and Mary Ladyman, on 14 August 1616 in St Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk, England.

Children of Lucy Therkettel and Richard Trull

Joan Frances Vere Thesiger

     Joan Frances Vere Thesiger was born in England.
     Joan Frances Vere Thesiger married Alan Frederick Lascelles, son of Frederick Canning Lascelles and Frederica Maria Liddell, in 1920.

Maurice Thiery

     Maurice Thiery married Eithne Frances McNeight, daughter of William Robert Percival McNeight and Kathleen Mary Halahan, in December 1925.

Kate Ethel Emily Thing

(circa 1878 - 1970)
     Kate Ethel Emily Thing was born circa 1878 in Stow, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Robert Thing and Miriam Godbold.
     Kate died in 1970 in Battisford, Suffolk.

Robert Thing

(1851 - )
     Robert Thing married Miriam Godbold, daughter of William Godbold and Eliza Armstrong, Mar 1/4 of 1874 in Stow RD, Suffolk. Robert Thing was born in 1851.

Children of Robert Thing and Miriam Godbold

William Thomas Thing

(September 1880 - )
     William Thomas Thing's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1880 in Suffolk. He was the son of Robert Thing and Miriam Godbold.

Arthur Martyn Thomas

     Arthur Martyn Thomas married Hilda Wyatt (Biddulph) Radford, daughter of Henry Wyat Moore Radford and Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan, in 1894 in Queensland.

Caradog ap Thomas

     Caradog ap Thomas was born in Wales. He was the son of Thomas ap Rhodri and Margaret f Einion ap Seissylt (?).
     Caradog ap Thomas married Eva ferch Gwyn ap Griffith ap Beli.

Creswick A Thomas

(March 1893 - )
     Creswick A Thomas's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1893 in London, Hackney RD.
     Creswick A Thomas married Nesta Ruth Eileen Handy, daughter of John Alexander Handy and Emma Mary Carnie, on 3 May 1928 in the Register Officer, Liverpool, Lancashire. She had no issue and her estate went to the great nephew of her husband.

Dorothy May Thomas

(20 May 1906 - )
     Dorothy May Thomas was born on 20 May 1906.
     Dorothy May Thomas married Colin Milbourne Clark, son of Alfred William Clark and Amelia Edith Sargeant, in December 1933 in Malver Hill Methodist Church, Burwood, New South Wales. ...the marriage was celebrated recently of Miss Dorothy May Thomas, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs G E Thomas, of Sutherland, Cronulla, and Mr Colin Milbourne Clark, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs A W Clark, of Kerang, Victoria. ... Mr C A Clark, brother of the bridegroom was best man..
     Dorothy May Thomas and Colin Milbourne Clark lived at New South Wales, between 1935 and 1980.
     Dorothy May Thomas and Colin Milbourne Clark lived at 3 Manangle Rd, Camden, New South Wales, 1968.

Elizabeth Ann Thomas

(circa 1870 - 1927)
     Elizabeth Ann Thomas was also known as Brown in records. Elizabeth Ann Thomas was also known as Lily in records. She was born circa 1870. Elizabeth Ann was raised as a daughter of Thomas MORRIS THOMAS and Emma PRICE (both from Wales), but she was actually the daughter of Emma and her first husband James Brown. This information was originally given to me by an older family member when I first started this lark (she said Lily was the daughter of Emma but not of TMT), and was confirmed by further research. I have her birth certificate (in the name of BROWN) and a photo somewhere.
     Elizabeth Ann Thomas married Thomas MacKenzie, son of John MacKenzie and Catherine Ferguson, in 1892 in Port Albert, Victoria.
     Elizabeth was registered at Devon, Victoria, on the 1919 electoral roll.
     Elizabeth died in 1927 in Yarram, Victoria. She was of Womerah. She was buried on 2 November 1927 in Yarram.

Children of Elizabeth Ann Thomas and Thomas MacKenzie