Martha Thorpe

(circa 1663 - 1 February 1722/23)
     Martha Thorpe was also known as Martha Thorpe in records. She was born circa 1663 in Hopton, Mirfield, Yorkshire. Daughter of Richard Thorpe, of Hopton, co. York, V.D.M. by Martha daughter & heir of Thomas, second son of Richard Richardson of North Brierley, co. York.
     Martha Thorpe married Elkanah Rich as his second wife, on 7 October 1684 in Mirfield, Yorkshire. She brought a marriage portion of £800.
     A marriage settlement between Martha Thorpe and Elkanah Rich was made on 7 October 1685 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Settlement (Lease and release) and counterparts dated 6 & 7 Oct 1685: Elkanah Rich of Bulhouse to John Wadsworth of Swaithe Hall, parish of Darfield and John Oates of Nether Denby, parish of Kirkheaton. Messuages in Thurlstone called Hornthwait, Bridgend and the Royd with lands etc. in consideration of a marriage arranged between Elkanah Rich and Martha Thorpe, daughter of Richard Thorpe of Hopton Hall, parish of Mirfield and of £800 received as a marriage portion to stated uses..
     Martha died on 1 February 1722/23 in Penistone, YKS. The Northowram register states Mrs Rich of Bulhouse in Peniston parish died 1 Feb, buried about 5th Feb, 1722/3.. She was buried in Bullhouse chapel, Thurlstone, Penistone. Monumental inscription: Here lieth interred the boyd of Martha the wife of Elkanah Rich Esq. who departed this life February the 1st A.D. 1722 in the 59th year of her age.

Children of Martha Thorpe and Elkanah Rich

William Thorpe

(before 1835 - )
     William Thorpe was born before 1835.
     William Thorpe married Mary Rubie in 1855 in Victoria.

Sir Henry Edward Thuillier

(10 July 1813 - 6 May 1906)
     Sir Henry Edward Thuillier was born on 10 July 1813. He was baptised 5 Jul 1822, St Michael's Bath, ygst s of John Pierre, Merchant of Cadiz & Bath, Baron de Malapert of France, & Julia (daughter of James BURROW of Exeter).
     Susanne Elizabeth Cardew married secondly Sir Henry Edward Thuillier on 21 December 1835 in the Cathedral, Calcutta, West Bengal, India. Henry Thuillier, Esq., the regiment of artillery, to Susanne, relict of the late W H Steer, Esq.
     Henry died on 6 May 1906 in Richmond, Surrey, aged 92. Gen Sir, Bengal Art; Dictionary of National Biography; Phillimore IV p.471 (2 pl); Hodson IV p.273; Who was Who I p.708.

Mary Thursby

(before March 1792 - before 5 September 1858)
     Mary Thursby was also known as Thorsby in records. She was born before March 1792 in Kettlebaston, Suffolk.
     Mary Thursby married Robert Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Sarah Osburn, on 26 December 1833 in Badwell Ash, Suffolk.
     Mary Thursby and Robert Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in Wyverstone Rd, Badwell Ash. Robert Cocksedge, 40, ag lab & Mary 45, Sarah 15, & Joseph Thorsby,15 all born in the county.
     Mary Thursby and Robert Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Waller Corner, Gt Ashfield, Suffolk. Robert Cocksedge, aged 45, farmer of 47 acres, born Pakenham with Mary his wife aged 59, born Kettlebaston; and their unmarried son James aged 25 a sweep, born Badwell Ash, with two lodgers and a nephew Edward Wade, aged 14, ag. lab., born Wickham Skeith.
     Mary died before 5 September 1858 in Badwell Ash, SFK. She was buried on 5 September 1858 in Badwell Ash.

Maud Elizabeth Thursfield

     Maud Elizabeth Thursfield married William Henry Stephens Cocksedge, son of Lucy Australia Cocksedge, in 1905 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Children of Maud Elizabeth Thursfield and William Henry Stephens Cocksedge

Edward Thwaites

     Edward Thwaites married Beatrice Fawler, daughter of John Fawler and Beatrice Unknown (Fawler), on 8 November 1668 in Chatham, Kent.

Isabel Thwaites

(circa 1510? - )
     Isabel Thwaites was born circa 1510? In Denton or Otley?, Yorkshire. She was the daughter & sole heir to Thomas Thwaytes of Denton by Emota Middleton..
     Isabel Thwaites married Sir William Fairfax, son of William Fairfax and Elisabeth Manners, circa 1518 in Bolton Percy. Isabel's elopement from Nun Appleton Priory was the subject of a poem by Andrew Marvell. The couple later acqured the Priory, turing it into the family home (which it remained until the late twentieth century) as well as BoltonPercy and Bilborugh.
Isabel was of Denton, Askwith, and Bishop Hill and Davy Hill, York. She was made an heiress by her brother, John Thwaits. Her mother was daughter and heir of Nicholas Middleton. Isabel was the ward of the abbess of Nun Appleton. The story of the romance of Sir William and Isabel Thwaits was printed in the Baltimore Sun on 15 Jan 1903 and reads as follows:
“A romance equal to the Scottish ballad of Young Lochinvar twines about his marriage. The young Sir William Fairfax loved and was loved in return by Isabel Thwaits, a beautiful Yorkshire heiress, who was guarded like a rare flower within the walls of a Cisterclan nunnery, on the River Wharge. She was under the care of the Abbess, Anna Langton. The abbess was not slow to perceive the blossoming of love’s springtime between her ward and the gallant young knight. Hence she prohibited all meetings between the pair, and the young suiter, finding supplication, diplomacy and even commands from those in high authority unavailing, stormed the nunnery in warlike fashion, captured the willing lady of his heart, carried her off in triumph to Bolton Percy Church, and without loss of time or speech with her abbess guardian made her his wife. Since all the world loves a lover the Ainsty region rang with rejoicings over the match, and Isabel Fairfax and her gallant knight lived happily ever after. Through his wife, William acquired Denton Castle and through her descendants the nunnery where she was confined was wrestled from the abbess, and Nun-Appleton, built upon its sight was afterward the home of Thomas Fairfax, 3rd baron, whose daughter’s wooing was less tempestuous, but whose married life as Duchess of Buckingham was full of sorrow. The hothead himself, Sir William Fairfax was less patient with others of a like nature. Upon his death, he was succeeded by his second son, the eldest having died. Sir Thomas Fairfax of Denton who received that estate from his mother, but who lost Steeton Castle to his youngest son, Gabriel. The unruly son Thomas had offended his father by aiding the Duke of Bourbon at the sacking of Rome, hence his name is not even mentioned in the will. This will, copies of which still exist, is a curious document, in which the son fallen under the father’s displeasure is never mentioned”
. Isabel Thwaites was buried in Bolton Percy.

John Thwaites

( - 1469)
     Thwaites was a manor enumerated with Keighley in the domesday book. John de Thwaites possessed it in 1316. In the 15th century this family became possessed of Denton in Wharfdale. These arms were on the slab of the tomb, which (in 1858) lies in the south chapel, and which has for years been erroneously regarded as the tomb of the founder of the church. The shield still remains, but the arms are effaced.
     John Thwaites married Isabella Ryther, daughter of Sir William Ryther and Sibyl de Aldeburgh. John was a noted lawyer.
     John Thwaites made a will dated 22 January 1461.
     John died in 1469. He was buried in 1469 in Harewood, Yorkshire.
     His will was proved in 1469 at the Prerogative Court of York.

Marmaduke Thwenge

     Marmaduke Thwenge married Isabel de Ros, daughter of Sir William de Ros (of Ingmanthorpe) and Eustace Fitzralph, circa 1278.

Louisa Thynne

     Louisa Thynne was born in England. Daughter of the 2nd Marquis of Bath..
     Louisa Thynne married Henry Lascelles 3rd Earl of Harewood, son of Henry Lascelles 2nd Earl of Harewood and Henrietta Saunders Sebright, on 5 July 1823. Louisa was present at Hon Egremont William Lascelles's christening on 23 August 1825 in Goldsborough, Knaresborough, Yorkshire. Louisa was present at George Edwin Lascelles's christening on 21 November 1826 in Goldsborough, Knaresborough Yorkshire.

Children of Louisa Thynne and Henry Lascelles 3rd Earl of Harewood

Mary Tidd or Ruby

(before 22 May 1793 - )
     Mary Tidd or Ruby was born before 22 May 1793 in Philleigh, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of Reuben Ruby and Sarah Tidd.

Sarah Tidd

Child of Sarah Tidd and Reuben Ruby

Olive Vera Tierney

(20 October 1904 - 27 August 1986)
     Olive Vera Tierney was born on 20 October 1904.
     Olive Vera Tierney married Sydney George Colbert in 1926 in Victoria.
     Olive Vera Tierney lived at 28 Lyell St, South Melbourne, 1982.
     Olive died on 27 August 1986 in Victoria, aged 81. She was cremated on 1 September 1986 in The Necropolis, Springvale.
     Her will was proved on 20 October 1986. Widow of South Melbourne.

Child of Olive Vera Tierney and Sydney George Colbert

Ann Tills

(circa 1716 - 5 November 1782)
     Ann Tills was born circa 1716 Ann, the daughter of Robert Tills and Ann his wife was baptised April 13 1716 at East Carleton. This matches her age at death, but different parents. in Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Richard Tills and Mary Unknown (Tills). Ann Tills was christened on 6 July 1718 in Norwich, Norfolk.
     Ann Tills married Samuel Trull, son of Laurence Trull and Sarah Jay, in September 1738 in St Michael Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk.
     Ann died Ann Trull aged 66 years. on 5 November 1782 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk.

Children of Ann Tills and Samuel Trull

Mary Tills

(7 August 1713 - )
     Mary Tills was christened on 7 August 1713 in St Lawrence, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Richard Tills and Mary Unknown (Tills).

Richard Tills

(say 1680 - 1747?)
     Richard Tills was born say 1680. There were several possible Richard Tills baptised in Norfolk on the IGI: son of Richard & Ann on 17 July 1687 at Marsham, and son of Richard on 10 April 1691 at St Simon & St Jude, Norwich, and on 5 March 1695 son of Richard & Brigett at Marsham. Also 17 Nov 1706 at St Paul's, son of Clement & Mary, and, 8 May 1659, son of Thoams at St Simon & St Jude..
     Richard Tills married Mary Unknown (Tills) before 1709?.
     Richard Tills married secondly Magdalen Banks on 4 February 1739/40 in Cathedral (Holy & Undivided Trinity), Norwich, Norfolk. Richard Tills of St Michael at ye Thorn, widower & Magdaen Banks of St Paul's. Richard Tills was widowed on 12 February 1739/40 in Cawston, Norfolk, on the death of his wife Mary Unknown (Tills).
     Richard was buried in 1747? In Norwich, Norfolk. There were two Richard Tills buried - 8 Oct 1746 and 3 Aug 1748 at St Paul according to the National Burial Index.
Richard Tills was buried Jun 19 1726 - St Stephen.
Richard Tills 19 April 1747 - St Margaret & St Swithin.
St Paul is not included in the online registers yet.

Children of Richard Tills and Mary Unknown (Tills)

Child of Richard Tills and Magdalen Banks

Richard Tills

(14 December 1747 - 3 August 1748)
     Richard Tills was born on 14 December 1747 in Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Richard Tills and Magdalen Banks. Richard Tills was christened on 20 December 1747 in St James Pockthorpe, Norwich, Norfolk.
     Richard was buried on 3 August 1748 in Norwich, Norfolk. Richard Tills, son of Magdalen Tills.

Rob Tills

(7 August 1720 - )
     Rob Tills was christened on 7 August 1720 in St Martin at Oak, Norwich, Norfolk. He was the son of Richard Tills and Mary Unknown (Tills).

Sary Tills

(30 June 1709 - )
     Sary Tills was christened on 30 June 1709 in St Martin at Oak, Norwich, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Richard Tills and Mary Unknown (Tills).

Robert Timothy?

     Robert Timothy? married Margaret Steer on 12 May 1640 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Anne Tindal Clarke

(1825 - )
     Anne Tindal Clarke was born illegitimate circa 1825 in New South Wales, Australia. She was christened in 1825 in New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Poad Tindale and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).
     Anne Tindal Clarke was recorded in November 1828 census in Bathurst, New South Wales.

Eliza Tindal or Clarke (Pye)

(1827 - )
     Eliza Tindal or Clarke (Pye) was born illegitimate before 1827 in Kelso, New South Wales. She was christened in 1827 in Kelso, New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Poad Tindale and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).
     Eliza Tindal or Clarke (Pye) was recorded on 15 November 1828 census in Bathurst, New South Wales.

Esther Tindal or Clarke (Blackstone)

(15 August 1821 - after 1857)
     Esther Tindal or Clarke (Blackstone) was christened on 15 August 1821 in South Creek, New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Poad Tindale and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).
     Esther Tindal or Clarke (Blackstone) was recorded on 15 November 1828 census in Bathurst, New South Wales.
     Esther died after 1857.

Jane Tindal or Clarke (Allen) (Broughton)

(1823 - after 1857)
     Jane Tindal or Clarke (Allen) (Broughton) was born illegitimate before 1823 in New South Wales, Australia. She was christened in 1823 in New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Poad Tindale and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).
     Jane Tindal or Clarke (Allen) (Broughton) was recorded in November 1828 census in Bathurst, New South Wales.
     On the 21st instant, at St Mathews, Windsor, by the Rev Mr Styles, Thomas Broughton Esq, of George-street Sydney, to Jane, second daughter of John Tindale Esq., Hornsey Wood,
Penrith.
     Jane died after 1857.

Rosetta Tindal or Clarke (Edrop)

(circa 1828 - )
     Rosetta Tindal or Clarke (Edrop) was born illegitimate circa 1828 in New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of John Poad Tindale and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).

Adam Alexander Tindal

(circa 1874 - )
     Adam Alexander Tindal was also known as Alexander Adam in records. He was born circa 1874 in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. His grandson was Adam Alexander whose grand daughter is Jean A Tindal of Canada. He was the son of Alexander Alexander Tindal and Christina Ann Milne Bruce. Isabella, Adam, Margaret, Christina and Jemima were listed as the children of Alexander Alexander Tindal in the 1881 census in 45 Wellington Street, Aberdeen.
     Adam Alexander Tindal married Catherine Loudo MacFarlane in 1916 in Blythswood, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She had a daughter Jessie Walker born Merthiel, Perthshire c. 1897.

Child of Adam Alexander Tindal and Catherine Loudo MacFarlane

Alexander Tindal

(circa 1885 - )
     Alexander Tindal was born circa 1885 in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of Alexander Alexander Tindal and Christina Ann Milne Bruce.

Alexander Alexander Tindal

(11 May 1846 - 14 January 1916)
     Alexander Alexander Tindal was christened on 11 May 1846 in Banff, Banffshire. It is assumed that Beatrix & Elizabeth are the same person, possibly called Bet and the writer assumed it to be a contraction of Elizabeth. He was the son of James Tindal and Beatrice Johnston.
     Alexander Alexander Tindal married Christina Ann Milne Bruce on 7 February 1871 in Foveran, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
     Alexander Alexander Tindal and Christina Ann Milne Bruce appeared on the 1881 census in 45 Wellington Street, Aberdeen. Alexander A Tindal, head, married, aged 35, born Banff, clerk in Steam Coy, Christina A M Tindal, wife aged 26, born Udny, Isabella G Tindal daughter aged 8, born Aberdeen, Adam A Tindal aged 6 born Aberdeen, Margaret J Tindal aged 4, born Foveran, Christina A Tindal aged 2 born Aberdeen, Jemima Tindal aged 3 months born Aberdeen, Eliza G Bruce, unmarried aged 15, sister in law, born Foveran.
     Alexander Alexander Tindal appeared on the 1901 census in 410 King St, Aberdeen, Old Machar?, Aberdeenshire. He was a book keeper clerk for a steam company. widower.
     Alexander died on 14 January 1916 in 1130 King St, Aberdeen, Scotland, aged 69.

Children of Alexander Alexander Tindal and Christina Ann Milne Bruce

Ann Tindal

(circa 1880 - )
     Ann Tindal was born circa 1880. She was the daughter of Cosmo Tindal and Ann Gillan. Margaret, John, Ann, Isabella, James and Cosmo were listed as the children of Cosmo Tindal in the 1891 census in 51 South St, Elgin, Moray.

Barbara Tindal

(28 December 1820 - 2 January 1895)
     Barbara Tindal was born on 28 December 1820 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. She was the daughter of Thomas Tindal and Catherine Ross. Barbara Tindal was christened on 17 January 1821 in Cromarty.
     Barbara Tindal married James Campbell on 13 April 1846 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.
     Barbara Tindal was recorded on the 1851 census in 24 Queen St, Leith South, Edinburgh, Midlothian.
     Barbara Tindal appeared on the 1861 census in 11 Queen St, Leith South, Edinburgh, Midlothian. She was a nurse with the Dunn family. She was listed as a lodger in Barbara Tindal's household in the 1881 census in 56 Albany Street, Leith North, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
     Barbara died of senile debility & rheumatism on 2 January 1895 in 18 Lapicide Place, Leith, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, aged 74.

Children of Barbara Tindal and James Campbell